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LargeSalad

The Photography thread

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Cymru am byth...

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One from today

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fuck that

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@@madharibo The wasp is a stack of 200 mate.. lol

You can get good results with a lot less it all depends on depth of field and the closer you magnify the less the depth of field will be..

For instance the wasp is a 3:1 macro at f4.0, I could have increased the fstop to reduce the stack but invariably I would have introduced difraction as a result. Alternatively I could have taken the shot 1 or 2:1 to increase the depth of field and reduce the stack and then just crop and enlarge the final picture, but resizing is never as good as getting the size right in the first place..

200 shots stacked into a single image?

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200 shots stacked into a single image?

Yep

Think of it like a loaf of bread that you are looking at end on and each slice is a very narrow focal plane merged together to make one image perfectly(hopefully) in focus..

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Yep

Think of it like a loaf of bread that you are looking at end on and each slice is a very narrow focal plane merged together to make one image perfectly(hopefully) in focus..

Ive been using adobe LR and PS to do some for landscape pics, but I usually only take about 10 maximum.

I had no idea Macro could / does use so many focal points.

Do you use a remote & tripod?

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I use a macro rail and tripod and zerene stacker for the stacking software and edited in photoshop..

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I'd like to buy my girl a camera for Christmas she wants a a film camera. I've got about £100 to spend on one, any advice?

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Frost stalks on a fence post at 8;30am this morning at work , taken on my s6 phone

Farmer

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Hey guys, some cool shots in here :)

Have any of you tried the raynox macro lens jobs ?

I have a D7000 and want to get some nice bud shots (hopefully) but as usual funds are limited !

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Glorious January day,  Spring is just  around the corner... :wub:

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Taken last summer, A reminder to myself to cheer up as it's on it's way again.

Hurry up ya'bugger not to keen on this chilly weather.

 

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43 minutes ago, lukio said:

@mygreenmojo the first geezer looks well suspect...on his way I hope

 

Funnily enough i was just sitting down having a toot at the end of the garden while i burped a jar or two.

Minding my own, I looked over at this leaf and there his was proper eyeing up the jars.

 

The look he gave just said, "I'll be back when your asleep".

So,

I printed off a pic's of magpie's and taped them to the jars, UP YoURS Sneaky little bastard, Smarter than you i am i tell'ya.

 

edit, This post is sponsored today by; IveOverdoneTheMeds.com lol

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