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    Default Echinacea (Purple Cone Flower)

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    Finally, I found one that was isolated enough to avoid a busy background. They are usually in clusters
    Stack of 10 images, manual bracketing and assembled in Zerene Stacker
    Canon 7DII + 180/3.5 + tripod. no flash
    f/8, 1/320, ISO 640
    Canon DPP4 for RAW conversion, PSCC, minimal processing as this image is as captured without any leaves or any other distractions. Texture and clarity improved, Topaz sharpen

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    Ive never stacked focus but it looks like perfection here. TFS

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    Very nice indeed Ravi, DOF is optimal lovely details in the flower head, petals look great and a pleasing background.
    It doesn't bother me personally but there a few little bits of detritus on the petals that could be removed - (but ideally before image capture).

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