Really wonderful! Love how the apple and branch are in complete focus while the background just blurs away. Really great example of focus stacking!
Great thread and picture!Really wonderful! Love how the apple and branch are in complete focus while the background just blurs away. Really great example of focus stacking!
Here’s one of mine – I didn’t quite get the front edge of the leaf in focus, but after trying for five minutes, my knees hurt and I gave up In-camera stacking with the EM1+12-40Pro.
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Not for this one unfortunately. This was a test setup I was using for a macro/close-up presentation a few years back. Using one of my Nikon bodies with 105mm macro lens and CamRanger to create the stack all controlled remotely via a computer.Any special tricks in how you processed the image?
What is the approx depth of the focus area?
15 images at what aperture, focal length, and step value??
I don't see why notAre in camera "post focus" stack images fair game for this thread?
Thank you, very much appreciated!FYI, I merged 4 very similar threads together.
How did you light that last Ghost Fungi image? Wow!Great shot @Bushboy
I use the shorter focal length macros on larger subjects, particularly if photographing at night, e.g. Ghost Fungi, and the longer focal lengths for the smaller subjects and/or the harder to reach subjects. Although I do focus stacks of ghost fungi in the daytime, as yet I'm still to do one at night. With the exposures around 3~4 mins the sensors tend to heat up when taking multiple exposures at these duration's.
To bring this post back on topic
10 image focus stack of a Flying Duck Orchid
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7 image focus stack of a Ghost Fungi
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Ghost fungi at night
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