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Paper daisies, but I'm not sure which species.
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Giant poppy, 2 foot across and deep. GX80 and P14-140. Dunham Massey gardens.
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I think this is probably Ranunculus repens but I'm catching up on months of processing so will need to go back and check next flowering season. 57 stack a bit under 1x, anyways.
 

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Flowers are probably Veronica. 34 stack, probably around 0.6x.
 

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invasive carpet of English daisies (Bellis perennis) but kinda looks cool anyways, 12 stack @ 12 mm
 

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different part of the same invasion, 33 stack
 

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camas (Camassia quamash, native at the location), 32 stack
 

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33 stack
 

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more European daisies, 88 stack, 1x
 

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What software do you use to process the stacks please?
Try this thread. The lower magnification images I've posted to this thread are typically unretouched depth maps. Higher magnifications are depth maps with blur removal by retouching from pyramids or pyramids with highlight management by retouching from a depth map.
 

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Try this thread. The lower magnification images I've posted to this thread are typically unretouched depth maps. Higher magnifications are depth maps with blur removal by retouching from pyramids or pyramids with highlight management by retouching from a depth map.
Thanks. Most of that is over my head :)

I did some Googling and see that PSE 18, with an add on Elements+ can do stacks. As I have PSE 18 I'll have a go with that.

Thanks the great information on that other thread.
 

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This wilding ginger. Bad news where I live.
Very invasive. If you have it on your property, you have to eradicate it. Birds and bees love it. And it smells fantastic.
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Pics taken with my new flash gun. Played around with the exposure until I had killed the ambient light. It was remarkably easy. 😀
 
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Something that's proven tricky to identify but I suspect starwort (Stellaria). 153 stack at 1.9x, though.
 

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Common cryptantha (Cryptantha intermedia). 190 stack, 1x.
 

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Lupin (Lupinus) obviously, but not sure which of about 20 species since I collected the 48 stack months ago.
 

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hairy bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) 68 stack, 1x.
 
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A within meadow progression of camas (Camassia quamash) since I wanted something different from a typical flower portrait. Might not look like a lot of frames but it's a 67 stack.
 
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