This doesn't really fit in any other category, as far as I can tell, as it's about a bunch of tools useful for a range of photography. First off, it involves Olympus Capture, Zerene Stacker, macro lenses and tools, as well as unique general lighting tools, all combined into one example. First off, I've been wanting to try out Olympus Capture in more detail and took the opportunity today of doing a quick macro shot using Capture, as well as a purpose built vertical macro stand I'd built, a StackShot, Olympus OM 80mm f4 macro lens and an interesting Cree LED light. This is the macro stand (an older photo) showing the StackShot at the bottom and camera and bellows assembly at the top. I've changed things around now and the StackShot is at the top and the camera etc attaches to the StackShot: This is the lens: And this is the light that I used, it's a 5000 lumen Cree bicycle light that comes with a 10Ah weatherproof battery pack: A quick and dirty example of eight shots stacked: Olympus Capture was a doddle to use and made this job super easy. Of course I couldn't use the StackShot in auto mode where it moves on it's own and takes shots at pre-determined intervals, as it requires the USB connection which was being used by Capture. What makes the camera light combination especially useful is that the colour temperature is close to daylight. The battery pack is separate from the light, so that I've been able to easily modify the mount on the light and can attach the light to the camera hot shoe and carry the entire combination with ease. This is the Cree light modified: The light is extremely powerful and I've used it for a couple of shots indoors at night without issue. I've ordered a small diffuser (a white balance lens cap) so that I can make the light slightly softer and avoid that spotlight effect on wider subjects. I haven't tried it as yet, but I think this light will also be very good for outdoor etc macro shots vs a flash. I'm also going to try and see how well the OM macro lens performs in this role, as it's been a somewhat neglected lens of mine (one of the few manual lenses that I still own and wish to keep). Once I've done some more work with the light, I'll post a follow-up and whether to fully recommend it for outdoor macro work and other stuff.