Focus Stacking?

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    So I wasn't planning on it, but I accidentally KO'd a grasshopper just a little while ago so he was pretty still for a while so I got some macro shots that should work for focus stacking... only problem is I've never done it before.

    I've got Corel Paint Shop Pro X2 and Gimp. What's the quickest and easiest way to do this?

    Thanks!
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    Download a program called "combineZM" CombineZM Download - Softpedia
    There are many other sites that host the download as well. Its free and it works. there are better programs but it will get you started.
    File
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    load your shots
    goto macro
    hit combine
    Pretty easy!
    here is a vid on it as well.
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJiEw4VCcYU[/ame]

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