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    Default St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum)

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    These flowers are difficult to capture as they are 3 dimensional and their anthers stick out. only way to get it in focus is by focus stacking.
    Canon R6 + 180/3.5 + Tripod
    f/5.6, 1/250, ISO 1250
    stacked images assembled in Zerene stacker. Somewhat challenging given the depth.
    Canon DPP4 for RAW conversion, PSCC

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    Very nice indeed, super colours and ideal DOF, no ghosting. My only suggestion would be to see if you could enhance the stamens a little to improve differentiation from the petals.

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    Hi Ravi, I echo Jon's comments. Nice image, thank you for sharing.
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