Focus stacking is the process of taking many exposures of your subject at different focal points, or "slices" of focus, and combining them to achieve great depth of field and detail.
In "Focus stacking in the Wild" you discover the exact techniques used by award-winning nature writers and photographers, Kaisa and Stanley Breeden, use to produce their astounding photographs, as seen in their books, "Wildflower Country", "Rainforest Country" and "Small Wonders". What focus stacking methods do they use and how do they do it? What software do they use and how? All is revealed.