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Old 10-31-2007   #11
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I added this to the editing sticky: http://photocamel.com/forum/image-ed...tml#post273401
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This is only possible if the subject is still for a series of photos, correct?
Russell - technically yes the subjects should be stationary.
However if there is minor movement causing a duplication in the final image you can easily "repair" this by repair cloning from one of the original pics onto the stacked image.
You can however use it to get interesting motion effects where you are stacking images taken with the same focus point but with a moving subject.

Sometimes even a poor stack caused by subject movement can be rather interesting

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I added this to the editing sticky: http://photocamel.com/forum/image-ed...tml#post273401
Thanks John

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