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Where Are All The Pictures???

They're mostly on other people's websites! Sure, we host some of our own, and you can scroll down this page to see those. But wouldn't you rather see what other people are doing with our software? So we'll start with some handy links to other sites.

User Posts On Flickr

To see what a wide range of people are doing with our software right now, visit Flickr.
This link will get you a thumbnail summary of all images tagged with “Zerene Stacker”, most recent first.
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When you're at Flickr, you can also click on their “Sort:” links to get different views by Relevant or Interesting.


Images Appearing Recently Elsewhere

Nikon Small World 2013 competition, 1st place by Wim van Egmond, and 12 others of the top images shown.

Nikon Small World 2012 competition, 2nd place by Walter Piorkowsi, and 10 others of the top images shown.

Olympus Bioscapes 2012 competition, 5th Place by Rogelio Moreno, 10th Place by Charles Krebs, and numerous Honorable Mentions.

"A bug's life: Photographer captures flies in exquisite detail". Photography by Tomas Rak.
More of this photographer's work appears at photomacrography.net. Two great examples are HERE and HERE.

Sierra Magazine: "Endangered? Who Cares?" cover illustration and article with slide show. Photography by John Hallmén.
More of this photographer's work can be seen on his own website, HERE.

Olympus Bioscapes 2010 competition, 10th Place Winning Entry and numerous Honorable Mentions. Photography by Laurie Knight.
More of this photographer's work can be seen on his own website, HERE.

"Tiny Long Horned Beetle", showing the head of a 5 mm long beetle in 3D. Photography by John Hallmén.

"Playing with a lesser stag beetle", details in 3D of the spectacular Dorcus parallelipipedus. Photography by Nikola Rahmé.


Images From Our Own Archives

In the images below, click on each image to see a detailed discussion of the subject and how it was shot.1)

Filament of automobile halogen headlamp, 0.9 x 0.8 mm, 34 frames.
Filament of automobile headlamp, 0.9 x 0.8 mm, 34 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Moss leaves, 1.9 x 1.5 mm, 77 frames.
Moss leaves, 1.9 x 1.5 mm, 77 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Moss sporangia, 6 frames (handheld).
Moss sporangia, 6 frames (handheld).
Copyright © 2009, Laurie Knight

Moss sporangium, 83 frames.
Moss sporangium, 83 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Laurie Knight

Head of a beetle, Rhagium inquisitor, 75 frames.
Head of a beetle, Rhagium inquisitor, 75 frames.
Copyright © 2008, Steve Valley

Wing scales of a butterfly, Papilio ulysses, 31 frames.
Wing scales of a butterfly, Papilio ulysses
Copyright © 2009, Craig Gerard

Head of a blowfly, 82 frames.
Head of a blowfly, 82 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Laurie Knight

Wing scales of a moth, Urania riphaeus, 36 frames.
Wing scales of a moth, Urania riphaeus, 36 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Laurie Knight

Wing scales of a moth, Urania riphaeus, 40-50 frames.
Wing scales of a moth, Urania riphaeus, 40-50 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Laurie Knight

Ice in a stream, 4” wide, 6” front to back, 22 frames.
Ice in a stream, 4” wide, 6” front to back, 22 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Hygrocybe, 21 frames.
Hygrocybe, 21 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Ed French

Crab, 45 frames.
Crab, 45 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Ed French

Cremaster of Monarch Butterfly chrysalis, 1.4 x 1.1 mm, 101 frames.
Cremaster of Monarch Butterfly chrysalis, 1.4 x 1.1 mm, 101 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Frost spikes, 3” wide by 4 “ deep, 17 frames.
Frost spikes, 3” wide by 4 “ deep, 17 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Maple flower — tip of papillate stigma, 0.95 mm square, 83 frames.
Maple flower -- tip of papillate stigma, 0.95 mm square, 83 frames
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Maple flower — anther with pollen, 1.5 mm square, 105 frames.
Maple flower — anther with pollen, 1.5 mm square, 105 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

Fruit Fly face, 1.2 mm wide, 167 frames.
Fruit Fly face, 1.2 mm wide, 167 frames.
Copyright © 2009, Rik Littlefield

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