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    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    I was looking for a new interesting flower for macro imaging, i saw this somewhat ordinary yellow specimen, then i peered inside & took several macro shots, i discovered this 5 lobed disc at the flowers inside bottom but its full intricate structure couldn't be appreciated until i captured 15 sequential macro images & utilized the macro stacked focus program Combine ZP
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    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking Macro stacked focus of small purple flower, some difficulty getting lighting correct What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    Macro stacked focus of weed flower's seed pod using 2 exten tubes + 70-200mm F4L set at 100mm

    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking

    Occasionally small flowers get positioned at an odd angle for sequential macro image captures resulting in FlowerSaurus, i can hear the music from Jaws in the background

    What I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking
    Very small peach color clover flowers on clover weed stem; image compiled from 24 sequential 1/64" incremental captures @f/4.0 using 2 exten tubes & Combine ZP
    Purple Clover weed flowersWhat I Often Overlook: Stealth Wonders of Macro Focus Stacking
    image composed of 21 serial captures @ 1/64" intervals
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