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four eighty sparky Silver Member  US  Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011 Mon 15-Apr-13 10:59 PM
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"Disposable Pie Pan"



An abstract created with 42 stacked images of a disposable pie pan.

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Reply message RE: Disposable Pie Pan KenLPhotos Gold Member
17th Apr 2013
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Reply message RE: Disposable Pie Pan AartPapaya Silver Member
25th Apr 2013
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Reply message RE: Disposable Pie Pan four eighty sparky Silver Member
27th Apr 2013
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     Reply message RE: Disposable Pie Pan AartPapaya Silver Member
28th Apr 2013
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          Reply message RE: Disposable Pie Pan four eighty sparky Silver Member
29th Apr 2013
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KenLPhotos Gold Member  Stewartstown, US  Nikonian since 26th Jul 2009 Wed 17-Apr-13 03:04 AM
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Lovely!

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There are many 'images of beautiful objects' but few 'beautiful images of objects'.

  

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AartPapaya Silver Member  Hectorspruit, ZA  Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011 Thu 25-Apr-13 02:18 PM
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Interesting picture but why do you need a 42 stack. What were the actual DOF you needed? I have seen a number of multiple stacks in this forum that did not need a 2-stack, one could have aquired the same DOF with f20-22. Just asking, with a reasonable lens would a F20-shot not be as good or better than a 3-stack at F5.6? Why a stack of 20 or 40? Just because you can?

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four eighty sparky Silver Member  US  Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011 Sat 27-Apr-13 02:09 AM
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>Interesting picture but why do you need a 42 stack. What were
>the actual DOF you needed? I have seen a number of multiple
>stacks in this forum that did not need a 2-stack, one could
>have aquired the same DOF with f20-22. Just asking, with a
>reasonable lens would a F20-shot not be as good or better than
>a 3-stack at F5.6? Why a stack of 20 or 40? Just because you
>can?


I shoot at f/8, the 'sweet spot' of my 105 Micro Nikkor. Hence, thinner DOF, h ence more images needed. That, and this is looking from top to bottom across about 6" of the pan. F/22 just wouldn't cut it.

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AartPapaya Silver Member  Hectorspruit, ZA  Nikonian since 21st Oct 2011 Sun 28-Apr-13 08:55 PM
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"across about 6" of the pan", good grief, this make sense. A while back somebody had a picture of a Gerbera, also with something like 40-odd stacks and to me the picture was very far from sharp. I have a Sigma 50mm and the Nikor 105mm Macro lenses. I find it easy with a 3 or 4 stack picture with the Sigma by changing the focus. The 105mm/f2.8 however would not allow me to do it. It seems to misaligned the picture slightly if I change the focus. I am now talking about 1/8"" depth. Would you mind if I post a picture with my problem?

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four eighty sparky Silver Member  US  Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011 Mon 29-Apr-13 03:14 PM
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>"across about 6" of the pan", good grief, this
>make sense. A while back somebody had a picture of a Gerbera,
>also with something like 40-odd stacks and to me the picture
>was very far from sharp. I have a Sigma 50mm and the Nikor
>105mm Macro lenses. I find it easy with a 3 or 4 stack picture
>with the Sigma by changing the focus. The 105mm/f2.8 however
>would not allow me to do it. It seems to misaligned the
>picture slightly if I change the focus. I am now talking about
>1/8"" depth.


I use the same focus point on the lens, and use a 4-way rail to change the distance to the subject. It's far easier for me to make small adjustments to the rail than to the focus ring... and I don't have to worry about focus breathing.

> Would you mind if I post a picture with
>my problem?

Post away!

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