Flower stack, Heesch, Netherlands
Another example of a focus shift stack done on a tiny flower taken from our garden. Unfortunately, I have no idea what type of flower it is. I really love the lighting in this one, but as you can see it suffers from strong halo effects around the edges. In this case it was too difficult to clean up. Halo is a result of focus stacking software being inaccurate in trying to determine which part of a single shot in a stack is sharp.
Some more experiments done on this day:
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