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  1. #11
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Focus stacking
    I did some stacking. Software I use is Helicon Focus

    Focus stacking-glass.jpg


    Focus stacking-orange-stones-shell-1.jpg


    Focus stacking-shell-stack-1.jpg


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  2. #12
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Focus stacking
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael J. View Post
    I did some stacking. Software I use is Helicon Focus

    Focus stacking-glass.jpg


    Focus stacking-orange-stones-shell-1.jpg


    Focus stacking-shell-stack-1.jpg


    Focus stacking-horse.jpg


    Focus stacking-laughing-acrylic-buddha.jpg
    They look good, must admit to being lazy with this,not tried it since i sold my cameras with it built in
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  3. #13
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Quote Originally Posted by stmv View Post
    focus stacking is one of the great benefits of the digital medium, I am predicting that this function might be built into some future cameras, since the cameras are autofocus, it could easlily do a walk around focus point matrix, taking multiple shots, and then automatically merge in the camera, how cool would that be.

    Now it tends to be a manual method, I'll go post one in my gallery of a flower shot that used photo stacking. I just use PS,, and manual layer, and using blend in the portions with the best focus per layer.

    photo stacking example - Nikonites Gallery
    Not bad for a 2012 prediction
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  4. #14
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Those are great Michael!
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  5. #15
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy W View Post
    Those are great Michael!
    Thank you so much
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  6. #16
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael J. View Post
    I did some stacking. Software I use is Helicon Focus
    Those are stunning pictures, Michael! Bravo
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  7. #17
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerspouse View Post
    Those are stunning pictures, Michael! Bravo
    Thank you so much. The Nikon z50 makes it easier to do it. Even the Olumpus had a Camera In Stacking I prefer manual. it is more flexible
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  8. #18
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Excellent Michael. They look really nice.
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    Re: Focus stacking

    The focus-stacked shots look great!

    As someone who spent some time messing around with macro shooting years ago, the prospect of pretty much unlimited depth of focus is very appealing. But on the other hand, for me, it sort of crosses the line as far as digital manipulation goes.

    Does anyone else feel that way, or am I just showing my age/attitude?
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  10. #20
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    Re: Focus stacking

    Quote Originally Posted by desmobob View Post
    ....or am I just showing my age/attitude?
    This.

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