An old swing bridge in Aberdeen Washington. I love the colors that aging has brought.
This is a Hibiscus.Well, you knew that.What you don’t know is that it is a composite of seventeen images shot with a different focus point then stacked and blended. I think the result is absolutely stunning.My new Canon R6 camera can shoot multiple exposures at different focal lengths. It steps the lens focus point from the near starting point out through so many shots at a preset distance.This is one of my first photos using this technique. I don’t think it will be the last.So many opportunities!
This yellow hibiscus is a composite of 25 images. Each image is photographed with a slightly different focal point. The images are brought into Photoshop and then Blended such that you see all the detail through the final image.For those that don’t know, this technique is called focus stacking.One of the features in the Canon R6 is an automatic focus stack.Set your Aperture and exposure.Set the number of exposures to takeFocus on a point close to the cameraRelease the shutter.The camera calculates the Depth of Field and steps from near to far focus until it reaches the end of its… Continue Reading Yellow Hibiscus