Hey all, I've been a huge fan of the Olympus 60mm since it came out, using it for a variety of purposes beyond just macro. I love taking macro shots, and would like to get a proper rail sometime soon so I can quit messing around so much with it. However, the issue I'm running into is the narrow aperture/diffraction battle that occurs with :43:. I've seen/read about focus stacking before and that seems to be the solution to this issue. I want to take more Orchid flower close ups and have everything in focus without having to stop down beyond f/7.1 or so (this is when I start to really notice softening, regardless of the actual point being f/5.6 or f/6.3 or whatever the current number is). When you're working at 1:1 or even close to it not much is really in focus when dealing with a flower that has elongated parts. I only use lightroom currently and not photoshop. Do I need to get into using photoshop or are there other programs people have used that do the trick? Advice in this area would be greatly appreciated.