Nikon D850 + Nikon 70-200/2.8E + Tripod ISO 64, 1.6s, f/8, 110mm focal length 10 Frames, Focus Step Width = 2, Silent Exposure Mode This is a 3000 pixel wide output from Capture One Pro 10.2 from the TIFF generated by PS CC. This was my first attempt at focus stacking. I used the steps outlined in this article to load the images into PS, create a composite file with all the images loaded as individual layers, to auto-align the layers, and then to auto-blend the layers into a new composite layer. Once inspected for validation that I didn't miss any frames, I flattened the layers into a single layer TIFF. The 10 source NEF files were exported to PS CC as 16-bit Adobe RGB TIFF. What I like about this image is that the front and rear edges of the tray begin to show softness. This gives a natural "depth of field" look to the final product as if a single frame were exposed with just the right aperture to only get the bottles sharp, yet with f/8 the areas in front of and behind the tray go more quickly out of focus than you would get with say f/16 in a single frame. You can view the full size JPG here.