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Mike Chisholm

Is this an early April Fool, Doug, or is this actually true? I'd never heard of such a thing -- sounds far too much like a free lunch! Could it be done at "normal" magnifications, too?



Nice work! There can be a problem with focus stacking if your lens changes magnification as the lens focus is changed. Hard core enthusiasts get around this by putting the camera on a rail and shifting the camera distance rather than refocusing.

Doug Plummer

Good point. I'm an extremely casual user of this technique. Heck, I don't even do macro right, since I mostly handhold everything--serious macro shooters have really impressive micro adjustment rails and flash mounts (check out Really Right Stuff: http://reallyrightstuff.com/WebsiteInfo.aspx?fc=104 .

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