My first focus stacked image


posted on 6th of march, 2012
Sometimes, especially in macro world, we want to take a picture of something so that the background is soft or blurry but the main subject is completely in focus. Then we use wide apertures to get that effect. But with wide aperture, the depth of field becomes very shallow and not all the main subject may remain in focus. I've read many articles from the internet and found a solution - Focus Stacking.

Focus stacking means that we take multiple shots of the subject so that the focus point on each pictures is at different locations (by moving lens and camera forward and backwards or playing with focus ring on lens). And because all pictures must be as identical as possible to get perfect result, it is highly recommended to use tripod (when playing with focus ring on lens) and a...

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Posted by TMarchev on March 07, 2012
Good!
Posted by Giannit on March 07, 2012
great tecnique!
Posted by Baldas1950 on March 07, 2012
Very interesting tecnique! Thanks for sharing.



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