Here is a blue sapphire and diamond ring. 35 images focus stacked into one photo using Helicon Focus. Enjoy!
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The Leaf Mimic Mantis (Deroplatys Lobata), hails from the Cameron Highlands of West Malaysia. This female is about 4 inches long. 72 images focus stacked into a single photo using Helicon Focus, method C.
Hi- Thanks for the compliment! Here is a shot of the setup used for that photo. Canon 5D MKII, Canon 100mm macro lens, StackShot automated rail, diffusion tent, two Canon 550EX flashes to either side with softboxes, assorted reflector cards. You can start with much less, but you asked me what I used...
Native to Malaysia and Indonesia, the violin beetle can grow to a length of 5 inches. It is a predator, feeding on the larvae of other insects. This was 103 images stacked into one photograph using helicon focus software. Canon 5D Mark two, 100 mm macro lens. Enjoy!
This 5 horned rhinoceros beetle (Eupatorus Gracillicornis), with its 6 inch wing span looks formidable, but is completely harmless to humans. A native of Thailand, they are sometimes kept as pets during their brief (two week) lifespan. 64 images focus stacked into a single photo.
Hi- Please look at the attached image. It is a stack of 75 images using the "C" rendering method. (It gave the best results of the three methods). Notice the hairs at the top of the head in between the eyes. Why are they blurred? The individual images show all of the hairs to be in focus. I tried tw...