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Focus Stack + HDR
Posted By: enoeske, 07-28-2010, 07:23 PM

This image consists of 5 shots with varying focal points (from near eye to far eye). After the images were focus stacked, I used a light touch of HDR using Oloneo plus all my regular image processing techniques. This was my first time attempting a proper focus stack and one of the first time using HDR. Definitely my first time combining the 2. What do you think?


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One of the best insect macro's i've ever seen. Really striking colours, and AWESOME technique. Good job!

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I guess im slightly confused, and maybe some of you are also

Its stacked images of a dead insect, than a *pseudo* (read fake) HDR filter was added in photoshop. Stacking images is difficult, I should know but its not several images at different EV values to make a *true* HDR image. There are several members here who shoot stacked images of living insects here, which is more technically difficult than this shot.....

Now, as for the image I think its pretty sweet! There are rarely any decent Cicada images on the web, so its nice to see one for a change I wish I lived in an area were I could see one in real life
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Its all been said! WOW. JIM
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What magnification! Nice and sharp!

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QuoteOriginally posted by enoeske Quote
5 handheld shots just by moving closer which changed the focal point.
Wow. Pretty amazing. Nice work.
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Wow, very stunning and very 3D, almost like CG generated!
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Un.real.

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Amazing!
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