Macro flower
This is a very small echinacea (cone flower) bloom. The image is an example of photo stacking. It used 19 photos stacked together to increase depth of field. It was one of my first efforts to use a new focusing rail and macro reverse adapter. The adapter reverses a lens to create a macro lens.

10 Comments on “Depth

    • Thank you John. Since I’m not getting out as much, I’m turning to things that can be done closer to home.
      I too am amazed by the detail that the reversed lens makes possible. However, I don’t think this would be possible without the focusing rail. Nether the rail nor the adapter are expense. Combined about $120.

  1. Always a pleasure to visit your site, Tim! I know that something extra will be shaking. Congratulations, my friend! And thank you!

  2. I like it, Tim. One for its bold colors, but even more so for how it pulls you in, leading you deeper and deeper, as you suggested. –Curt

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