Extreme Close-Up Photography and Focus Stacking

September 26, 2019 - Comment

Extreme Close-Up Photography and Focus Stacking

Extreme Close-Up Photography and Focus Stacking

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Anonymous says:

A terrific close-up photography book Extreme close-up photography is a real challenge for anyone starting out. I started with a macro lens but I soon realised that natural light was quite limiting with regard to speed and depth of field. Talking to others who take images of insects etc. you realise that this is a whole new field of photography that needs some consideration. I have purchased a few books on the subject but I think this is by far the most comprehensive. It is clearly set out and covers every type of situation that…

Anonymous says:

on cheap second hand bellows is excellent. High grade micro-photography This wee book gives a very clear review of amateur micro-photomicrography. The description and use of cheap second hand enlarger lenses , on cheap second hand bellows is excellent. High grade micro-photography, mostly on the cheap.The comparisons between the “free” stacking software with the “professional” variety is balanced , and , in my experience accurate. The balance between the excellent , but, often “unstable” and poorly supported “free”…

Anonymous says:

Authoritative and readable Superb! An in depth study of macro-photography and techniques of shooting for image stacks. It differs from the run of photo “how to” books in that this written by a specialist in the techniques rather than a general photographer hopping from one area to another, and that really shines through in the range and variety of techniques and the descriptions of cheap equipment that can be put together for use in the field or studio. The description of how to make glass tanks of various sizes…

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