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by peteschick
10.03.2009 22:32
Forum: Gallery
Topic: shell; selective sharpness
Replies: 1
Views: 6196

shell; selective sharpness

Can anyone give me advice on how to improve the sharpness of this or similar images?

I'm using about 30 images in a stack, f11, method B, radius 8, smoothing 4, precise focusing increments.

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by peteschick
09.03.2009 23:19
Forum: Gallery
Topic: halo craziness
Replies: 1
Views: 5219

halo craziness

I used a 100mm/2.8 lens, f11, around 30 images, method B, radius 8, smoothing 4.

Any advice?
by peteschick
07.03.2009 15:08
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: help!
Replies: 3
Views: 6470

sweet spot

Hi Brian,
I was re-reading this post -- were you referring to the Canon 100/2.8 when you said your lens's sweet spot is between f8 and f10?

Thanks,
Nancy
by peteschick
24.02.2009 01:49
Forum: Gallery
Topic: blurry center
Replies: 1
Views: 5021

blurry center

Can you tell me why the center area is blurry? I'm using about 25 photos shot at f11, method B, radius 16, smoothing 8.

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by peteschick
13.02.2009 23:13
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: A few images !
Replies: 10
Views: 12374

focus ring

Can someone tell me what a focus ring is?
Could I use it on a Canon xsi 450D?
Thanks
by peteschick
13.02.2009 23:06
Forum: Gallery
Topic: help!
Replies: 3
Views: 6675

files sent

I uploaded a stack into a folder called "peteschick." It's big!
Let me know if it's too big.
I appreciate GREATLY any help you can give me.
Thank you.
by peteschick
13.02.2009 04:24
Forum: Helicon Focus: Macro
Topic: help!
Replies: 3
Views: 6470

help!

Can someone help me figure out how to get better results?
I either get a halo (method B) or blurry areas (method A). Am I doing something wrong?
I'm using a Canon xsi 450D and taking about 14-20 pictures of each subject, exporting the raw files into Helicon, using a radius of 4.....?
by peteschick
12.02.2009 15:45
Forum: Gallery
Topic: help!
Replies: 3
Views: 6675

help!

Can someone help me figure out how to get better results?
I either get a halo (method B) or blurry areas (method A). Am I doing something wrong?