Focus stacking is a digital image shooting and processing technique that combines multiple images of an object or scene, each made at different focus points, to provide a final image that offers a greater depth of field than any of the individual images. In macro photography, it produces sharply focused images of small objects. The whole object from front to back is in focus, providing great clarity throughout the image.
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