Flower Stack

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GShooter
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Flower Stack

Unread post by GShooter » 27.08.2012 21:45

This is my first serious stacked image. I find that the program is excellent for flower studies. This is formed from 28 stacked images.
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Re: Flower Stack

Unread post by brentbristol » 28.08.2012 22:52

Beautiful image. Nicely done.

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Re: Flower Stack

Unread post by Stas Yatsenko » 29.08.2012 10:52

Very nice! I like the colors and lighting. Did you use flash? What is your setup?

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Re: Flower Stack

Unread post by GShooter » 29.08.2012 17:46

Thank you. No flash, just natural (shade) light and 2 white card reflectors, one to the left and one below. I have a Panasonic GH2 and the lens I used was a Asahi Pentax 100mm Macro. The camera was on a tripod with a Velbon Super Mag Slider.

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Re: Flower Stack

Unread post by mjhach » 20.04.2014 03:24

Obviously you need to have a VERY calm day to take outdoors shots. Yes??

I just purchased the Helicon Remote for use with my D7000 and Galaxy SIII so I'm anxious to try it out. I will be using the Zerene stacker program initially if it gives me what I want.

Would you happen to know what advantages the Helicon Focus program has over the Zerene that should entice me to reconsider the Helicon program?

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Re: Flower Stack

Unread post by Stas Yatsenko » 23.04.2014 11:21

I would recommend to try it out, trial version is fully functional. Current version opens RAW files directly and the next one will have more control over RAW development.

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