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    Hand held image stack 5 images
    Image input equipment model : E-M1X
    Lens focal length : 60 mm
    Focal length in 35 mm film : 120.0mm
    Exposure mode : Auto exposure
    Photographic Sensitivity : 200
    Exposure bias : 0 EV
    Exposure time : 1/80 sec
    F number : F9
    Flash : OFF

    This was a rain beaten poppy I noticed in the garden so I snipped it off and rested it on a solid surface to photograph.

    ACR + PSCC

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    I quite like this one. The framing is very nice and nice use of depth of field. Colors compliment one another well. That sure is some pollen.

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    Excellent Colors.

    Stacking works nicely. Square crop is good choice for this composition

    How you do stack images ?

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    Great stacking that provides dof. Tack sharp, great composition and colors. Love the pollen on petals. Gorgeous image!

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    Thanks for the feedback everyone, glad you liked it. The camera has a stacking program and I caN set it to take as many images as I want, also the difference in focus can be determined. I then have a choice of letting the camera produce a stacked jpeg or stacking the raw files in PS. Clever little camera!

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