Macro Stitch Image “Back of a Gargoyle”

Nikon D70s ISO 200 50mm f1.8 with PK13 extension tube f8 1/125sec with 1 studio light

This image is actually made up of 9 images stitched togeather in Photoshop

The overall dimensions are something like 100cm x 25cm at 300 dpi

This was an experiment to see if I could combine macro photography and stitching to make a macro panoramic image. This was done by moving the camera along a macro rail rather than rotating it like when you make a landscape pano… I am really tempted to make a turntable of some sort to put an object on and then make a 360 degree stitched image of it…

As a test I thought this worked pretty well.

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