I have just started learning this technic and would like to improve my skilss. Ideally, I would like to be able to use it to photograph difficult subjest such as insects. My first experience has been of still life subject. When it's not going to move, one has plenty of time to take a series of shots at different focus distances. I understand some do this using automatic devices. I have however sofar tried it both manually and automaticly using an app. Both have proven that can work and yield nice result.
I would like to encourage other macro and closeup photographers to post their focus stacked images here and talk about their technics and experiences.
Please welcome to add your stacked photos to the thread. It can of course be of any subject.
Here is one of my first attempts. It is done manually using a bellows system. I use the railing on the bellows to change the focus for each shot (7 shots). So the focus change between the shots were not set precisley but only using my own personal judgement. It seems having worked well. I only missed to take a focused shot of the lower right corner. What do you think?