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Sulphur Tufts

By barrywebb  
This cluster of Sulphur Tufts were quite high up on a Birch. With my tripod fully extended I managed to do a focus stack to get the whole cluster sharp. I used a small LED light to balance the lighting, as I was shooting into the bright tree canopy, to produce the desired background effect. It made a change from crawling about on the ground!
Special thank to Pink for the GEA and to Bill, Trevor and Rob for their UAs for my 'Saffron Drop Bonnets' shot.
Also special thanks to the editor for the editors choice for my 'Egg Laying Fly' shot.

Tags: Fungi Mushrooms Autumn Woodland Close-up and macro Bokeh Sulphur tuft Focus stacked

Voters: chase, Chinga, Alan_Baseley and 31 more

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chase Plus
15 1.9k 481 England
16 Oct 2019 9:30PM
A very well set up image Barry, thank you for letting us know how you did it...always helpful.
Great detail, well stacked !
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2019 9:34PM
Excellent fungi composition
Isabel GrinGrin
bricurtis Plus
15 2.4k 50 England
17 Oct 2019 12:05AM
Superb image Barry - great stack.Like the bokeh too.
Brian.
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1737 England
17 Oct 2019 10:43AM
Hard work, and it's justified by the lovely result.
clicknimagine Plus
10 723 101 India
17 Oct 2019 11:53AM
You are truly a master of this technique, very cleverly exposed...
A superb image, despite there being no insects involved! As usual, thanks for the notes on how you achieved this result.

Mike

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