Olympus In-camera Focus Stacking

Bushboy

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I’ve just now gone into my garden and taken these three pics. Aperture of 2.8, then 8, then 16.
It is not a great example of the aperture effect, like that guys vid, but I got the idea.
Iso400, -1.3ev. 1/25 then 1/3 then 1.6 second exposures.
I prefer the 2.8 pic, and now I know I need to try upping the differential number from 5, to probably 8. In order to get all the orchid in focus.
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f2.8 1/25
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f8 1/3 sec. this one nailed it.
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f16 1.6 sec
Apologies for the inappropriate pic orientation, but straight outta camera with no edit.
 

Quadna71

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When I use my Helicon Focus 6, I can just to some pp in LR than export to Helicon Focus 6 and it looks much better. I speak of my personal experience when I was using my EM5ii.

BTW, I love focus stacking all by myself. I choose the focus points I want to be. I know it depends on the subject.

Honestly, my best in camera focus stacking was using the Olympus tough TG6
Agreed. My TG-5 seems to beat my E-M1iii.
 

Bushboy

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I can’t post the link for some reason.
Search for wildlife and nature with Joe and Mary Ann McDonald.
the dudes focus stacking vids are beauty!
 

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