Focus Stacking with Photographer Jeroen van Gastel
Photographer Jeroen van Gastel of @macrophotos_amsterdam creates amazing macro images by focus stacking several shots together to capture the tiniest details of his subjects.
Focus stacking is a technique in which several images are taken at varying depths-of-field and then digitally stacked so that the focused part of each image are combined to create one image with a greater depth of field then any one image would otherwise have. This creates a picture with detailed focus and clarity across the entire image.
Jeroen uses several flashes, including his Nissin Di700A, to help light his subject. Nissin Digital Japan has been one of the leading manufacturers of electronic flash units for almost 60 years. Check out their complete line of flashes at www.nissindigital.us.
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