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Tomato Plant Taken Using the Focus Stacking Method (read description for more information)
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Tomato Plant Taken Using the Focus Stacking Method (read description for more information)

I took this image to trial the focus stacking method. For those who don't know of this, it is a technique where you can, mainly with macros where the depth of field is very shallow, get an image in focus from front to back.
To acheive this, place the camera on a tripod, focus to the closest point, take an image, focus a fraction further into the scene, take an image and so on. I took eight images for this shot and then used focus stacking software to merge the images together, giving a much wider depth of focus.

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  • Uploaded: 19th March 2021
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  • mkovac
    5 months ago
    Great technique :D
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      5 months ago
      Many thanks. It works well.
  • mikutas
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    5 months ago
    WOW!! Nice !
  • Georgy-Nyatin
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    5 months ago
    Tomato :)))
  • minaLFC
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    6 months ago
    Interesting camera technique, I might give this method a go
    • scdronemedia
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      6 months ago
      Thank you. Worth a go, certainly improves the sharpness on macros or close ups.