Tulip images from yesterday. All are stacked images for deep focus. (click for larger image)
My three entries for the photo club digital competition for April. The mums are a 25 frame stacked shot. Spoon and fork are 3 frames stacked and 3 image HDR. Paper boxes are just normal downtown Eugene. 8mm fisheye on the MK II. (click for larger view)
You just have to love Spring here in the Northwest. The flowers in the yard will soon be followed by the wildflowers in the woods. What a great time to get out and play! This is 14 images stacked for the selective focus. (click for full size)
I noticed this leaf laying under the holly tree in the back yard and couldn’t pass up shooting it. This is actually eight frames stacked to get the sharpness I wanted using the macro lens. (Clicking on the image will give you a large version.)
Still playing with the old light bulb and I have a feeling that I’m not done yet.
I think Zerene Stacker has driven me indoors. I can’t get enough of using image stacking for super depth of field. Don’t forget to click on thumbnails for larger images.
I have been playing with more studio images lately working with more stacked images and reflections. (don’t forget to click on the images for full size)