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Well, I had the house to myself for a couple of hours, so what better use of the time than to try my first focus stacking shots. Not great, but I'm learning. A stack of 71 shots, interval of 3, shot with the 70-200 f4. Sure highlights the dust :rolleyes::eek:
Strange halo on the rear of the roofline.

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Well, I had the house to myself for a couple of hours, so what better use of the time than to try my first focus stacking shots. Not great, but I'm learning. A stack of 71 shots, interval of 3, shot with the 70-20 f4. Sure highlights the dust :rolleyes::eek:
Strange halo on the rear of the roofline.

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The first thing I noticed was the halo followed closely by the dust.:) I bet your next try will be better.
 
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Well, I had the house to myself for a couple of hours, so what better use of the time than to try my first focus stacking shots. Not great, but I'm learning. A stack of 71 shots, interval of 3, shot with the 70-200 f4. Sure highlights the dust :rolleyes::eek:
Strange halo on the rear of the roofline.

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Great project idea... That is why I try to use crappy lenses... all the good lens show every bit of dust. :)
 
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Rowers off the water, pretending it's summer:


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Well, I had the house to myself for a couple of hours, so what better use of the time than to try my first focus stacking shots. Not great, but I'm learning. A stack of 71 shots, interval of 3, shot with the 70-200 f4. Sure highlights the dust :rolleyes::eek:
Strange halo on the rear of the roofline.

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Hey Nick - That's a very cool ride. And I'll guess that it didn't come with heated seats. Or heat of any kind, IIRC!
 
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One week ago I posted this screen capture:
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Well, here we are one week later, and right on schedule:
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That's the view from my window at the moment.
 
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Baby It's Cold Outside...
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Crystals of ice on the deck.
 
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