Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden – Pattaya, Thailand

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Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden – Pattaya, Thailand
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Image by Captain Kimo
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My aunt took me to this amazing botanical garden in Pattaya, Thailand. At first I wasn’t expecting much from Nong Nooch but this isn’t your everyday garden. Probably the best botanical garden I’ve ever been to. This place has got something for everyone. Definitely better than any botanical garden in Florida.

This shot was another one of my HDR panoramas. A total of 19 HDR photos all stitched together using Photoshop. I might be getting a little carried away with the panos, but for something like this it was worth it.

Software Used for Processing Photo:
Photomatix
– Used for creating high dynamic range.
Topaz Adjust
– Photoshop plugin used to enhance details.
Topaz DeNoise
– Photoshop plugin used to eliminate noise.
Topaz Clean
Photoshop plugin used to smooth pixels.

Small Purple Flowers from Lake Istokpoga Florida
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Image by Captain Kimo
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I wanted to do something a little festive to go Mother’s Day today. Here are some purple flowers from Lake Istokpoga that I thought would go well. Anyways… I’ve been super busy getting ready for my Thailand trip coming up next month so I haven’t had much time for anything else. So until I’m free I won’t be doing much commenting or emailing. Until then I hope everyone has a great Mother’s Day!

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Fused stack of 31 frames, downscaled 4×
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Image by Bushman.K
Used software:
ImageJ 2 (Fiji distribution)
SIFT registration plugin (Similarity mode)
Extended depth of field (Easy mode)
Artifacts in voids are caused by chromatic aberrations, therefore it could be reduced by picking proper aperture size and better diffused source of light. Also, apochromatic lens (like Mitutoyo M APO for metallurgic microscope) could be the best solution.
Here, I used my "good old" Helios-44M 58mm lens with bellows.

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