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Artful pics of flora...

The few flowers that are out in our garden at the moment are rather weather-beaten. This Hellebore is one of the least damaged of them. (Focus stacked using Helicon Focus from 63 6K video frames captured hand-held using natural light with a Panasonic G9 and Olympus 60mm macro. Post processed with Lightroom and Topaz DeNoise AI.)


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by gardenersassistant, on Flickr

Promise of Camellias to come. (Single shot captured hand-held using natural light with the same camera and lens. Raw file processed using DXO PhotoLab, Lightroom and DeNoise AI.)

1864 10 2021_01_22 P1247892_PLab4 LR 1300h DNAI6,31 by gardenersassistant, on Flickr

One of the least damaged of the currently flowering Camellias. (Same camera and lens. Focus stacked using Helicon Focus from 27 6K video frames captured hand-held using natural light. Post processed with Lightroom and Topaz DeNoise AI.)


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by gardenersassistant, on Flickr
 

pegelli

Well-known member
Doing some vintage digital macro with my oldest digital body (2006) and first macro lens (2007)

We put some branches that were trimmed from our fig in water so they would sprout roots and can be replanted. However they also start to develop small figs and new leaves.
Triptich of three details, all photos Helicon focus stacks of 3 or 4 photos.


All three KonicaMinolta5D + Min 100/2.8 macro D
 

pegelli

Well-known member
Some "Vinatage Digital Macro" focus stacking efforts from yesterday


Looking in



Side view


Both Sony A700 + Sigma 180/3.5 telemacro, Helicon focus stack of 15 (1st) and 14 (2nd) photos taken by using a macro rail
 

pegelli

Well-known member
From the same bouquet as the tulips in post #878 above, but now a tad more withered after about a week and no focus stacking.

Close-up:



Complete

Both KonicaMinolta 5D + Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 1.4x + Minolta 100/2.8 macro D
 
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