The illumination used for these pictures was 4 IKEA jansjö LED-lights WB 3000 kelvin.ChrisR wrote:Sorry, my mistake, then , there's something else going on??
I took them both into photoshop, and put one on a layer above the other.
Setting the upper blending mode to "difference" and the entire picture looks black.
They are different on closer inspection, but the RGB values are all under about 10.
Have you used some software to align the images and match the colours, or something?
I always find it hard to compare images because of minor lighting, dimensional or colour diffrences, so I'm intrigued to know how you did it!
Zerene Stacker Pmax was used to stack the images.
I liked to treat the images equivalent so I let photoshop handle most of that by it's auto functions.
- Auto tone,- Auto contrast, - Auto color, Auto levels and 100% unsharp mask.
I then finally cropped out the stacking artifacts from the lower and right border by my eyes.