light microscopy photography

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>
Content-Type:text/plain; charset=US-ASCII

     I was wondering if anyone can give me advice or hints about light 
microscopy photography? I only have limited experience with this so here is 
my problem. I am using  Kodak Royal Gold 100 film for prints. There is always 
a brown/tan background on the image where to me should be white (ie no 
tissue). This is I guess because of the filter....??? but what I am trying to 
find out is how  or is it possible to get a white background? I know it is 
done Iv'e seen it a thousand times in publications and books.  Is there a 
combination of filters that is required....for H&E and are these changed when 
you want to take pictures of images with DAB as the chromagen.!????Can anyone 
recommend a book?

Thanks again for all the help!

<< Previous Message | Next Message >>