Sunday, 18 March 2012

Blog 209

More experimental photography this time using a technique called focus stacking. Individual photographs are taken of an object by focussing first at the front then in stages until the last photograph is taken focussing on the rear of the object. These examples from four to twelve shots. Adobe Photoshop does all of the hard work in aligning and stacking the images. The programme also choosing the sharpest part of each image to blend.

Here are a few examples.

Five shots

Six shots

Four shots

Eight shots

Twelve shots

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