weekly critter, October 2, 2020

October 02, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

It's October.  Where did the summer go?  Oh yea, sitting in the house since I couldn't go anywhere.  I haven't done much this week but try and enjoy the cool weather in spite of the bugs.

 

I have two photos of a petunia picked from Linda's garden for you this week.  Actually, the color should be much more blue than red.  I tried to fix the color and got close to the actual color of the flower but then the background looked terrible.  Serves me right for taking photos inside and forgetting to compensate for the color of the inside light.  I was paying to much attention to a feature I discovered on the new camera.  If you look at the photos take notice of how the flowers are completely in focus.  There is a technique called focus stacking where you take multiple photos with each photo focused on a different part of an object.  Then the photos are stacked in photo editing software.  I used to have to change the focus point manually, which can take hours, but the camera will do this automatically changing the focus point about 1-2mm for each exposure.  So instead of hours I focus on the closest point and press the shutter button.  In less than a minute I have lots of photos to stack.  Each of these photos is a stack of 40-50 photos.

enjoy

 

Dan

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