15-frame focus-stacked image

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15-frame focus-stacked image

Unread postby cybermystic » 15.01.2013 12:16

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Fruit Fly x50 by cybermystic, on Flickr

Fruit fly x50 magnification. 15-frames, 20-exposures per frame. Could have stacked the wings a bit better :D
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Re: 15-frame focus-stacked image

Unread postby Stas Yatsenko » 16.01.2013 11:34

Method C should be optimal for this stack, which one have you used for this one?

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Re: 15-frame focus-stacked image

Unread postby cybermystic » 21.01.2013 12:25

I used Method A - I'll give Method C a try :D Method B didn't work well at all.
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Re: 15-frame focus-stacked image

Unread postby Stas Yatsenko » 23.01.2013 17:49

Yep, method B does not work well with transparent objects. Method B chooses only one "best" layer and transparent objects need details from several layers.


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