Thanks Moose, I'll check those out.
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> Subject: Re: [OM] Focus stacking on PC
> On 7/9/2022 12:40 AM, Wayne Harridge wrote:
> > I don't have any of the lenses required for "in camera" focus stacking
> > so I'm looking for recommendations for software that can stack a
> > "focus bracket" on my PC. I thought Olympus Workspace might do it but
> > no, it only works for the same lenses that work for in camera focus
> > Any recommendations gratefully received.
> Photoshop does it:
> Edit>Auto-Align Layers
> Edit>Auto-Merge Layers
> If all is simple, no movement of parts of the subject relative to other
> tends to work well.
> The technique/work flow to correct ghosting caused by above movement is a
> big, fat pain.
> Helicon Focus has more options than PS and a far better system for
> correcting ghosting. Easy to select frames, export from LR, get result
> LR. It's what I use these days.
> I think MikeG also uses Zyrene, and may weigh in.
> Slice and Dice Moose
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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