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Focus StackingScience related Art WeekUrus-28
Whatever you are working with microscope or just macro photography you are familiar with the problem of limited depth of field.
Whether working with a microscope or macro photography you will be familiar with the problem of a limited depth of field. However, as artists we can sometimes use this a limited depth of field in a creative way! Unfortunately, when working with a very large magnification your image will be ruined. So how does one overcome this problem and create the following incredible image?
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The answer is the combination of several pictures at different focus points. For instance, 107 pictures were used to capture the above photograph of this stunning scorpion. This technique is known as Focus Stacking, which is actually quite easy to do.
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