Stacking

I finally decided to make an attempt at photo stacking using Photoshop. It is quite easy to do. The concept is to take multiple images of the same thing and blend the images together into one photo. The two photos that I did were made with the 105 macro. I used 4 images each with a different focal point.

My first stacked image.

The images below were the individual pictures used in the composite above.

My 2nd stacked image

Photo Loco

I finally decided to make an attempt at photo stacking using Photoshop. It is quite easy to do. The concept is to take multiple images of the same thing and blend the images together into one photo. The two photos that I did were made with the 105 macro. I used 4 images each with a different focal point.

The stacked image is terrific!

Below are the images that were used to create the composite above.

The second stacked image of the day

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