This week I’m resurrecting my Tabletop Tutorial series by featuring a macro photography technique known as focus stacking. Focus stacking is a digital image processing technique that combines multiple images taken at different focus distances. The composite image offers a tack-sharp subject from stem to stern. If you’re looking to achieve greater depth of field in your macro photography and don’t want to drop a load of cash on an expensive macro lens, try this fun and highly effective technique.
Have a look at my quick video tutorial for details on focus stacking workflow using Helicon Remote and Focus software: