BUT!!! since you asked it here -- my best guess, not having used it, is that it won't work well with what you do, because you don't have the time to set things up -- you are shooting "as it happens" without much tie to think. Focus stacking really needs a relatively stable subject that you can take multiple photos of over a period of at least some number of seconds -- unless I mis-read what you are doing, you don't have that flexibility??
AND, I understand why you posted here -- the people here know what you are doing, other forums would not.
#5. "RE: focus stacking" In response to Reply # 4 Wed 05-Jun-13 02:34 AM by pasknucklehead
Hey Dennis, you're absolutely right,,,with my waterdrops, focus stacking isn't going to even come close to working, and yes, also, people do know my work here, that's why I posted it here....but I did move over to the macro like Sheri made me...heheheeh, just kidding Sheri.!