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Old Nov 4, 2009, 4:40 PM   #1
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These were recently taken at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire....they are also focus stacked for better depth of focus....

The 3rd shot was 11 images focus stacked and all images were taken with a Canon 450D and a sigma 105mm macro lens.









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Old Nov 4, 2009, 4:43 PM   #2
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these look great karl. good dof, nice exposures. i really like #2 and #3 if i had to choose.

thanks for sharing, welcome to your forums.
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These were recently taken at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire....they are also focus stacked for better depth of focus....

The 3rd shot was 11 images focus stacked and all images were taken with a Canon 450D and a sigma 105mm macro lens.




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I found them all excellent. Particularly #3.
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Old Nov 4, 2009, 9:13 PM   #5
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did you use an external stacking program or cs4?
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did you use an external stacking program or cs4?
I used combine ZM which is free to use...
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Thnx for the welcome and comments....appreciated.
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Welcome to the forums Karl! Excellent work!!! I find myself drawn to #3!

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Beautiful shots - I especially like the intimate composition on #2. Your talents at photography, and at PP, certainly shine through!
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Extraordinary picks!
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