They're mostly on other people's websites! Sure, we host some of our own, and you can scroll down this page to see those. But wouldn't you rather see what other people are doing with our software? So we'll start with some handy links to other sites.
To see what a wide range of people are doing with our software right now, visit Flickr.
This link will get you a thumbnail summary of many images tagged with “Zerene Stacker”, most recent first.
To see different types of subjects, edit the Search box on the Flickr page, for example flower, landscape, or butterfly, or use no search terms to see all Zerene Stacker images that are currently posted.
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Nikon Small World 2014 competition, 3rd place by Noah Fram-Schwartz, and 8 others of the top images shown. More of this photographer's focus-stacked images can be seen on his own website, particularly in Studio Shots and Extreme Magnification.
Moscow International Foto Awards 2014, a collection by David Leaser won Grand Champion in the Nature Category and 1st Place in the Flower Category. More of this photographer's work can be see on his own website, HERE.
Olympus Bioscapes 2012 competition, 5th Place by Rogelio Moreno, 10th Place by Charles Krebs, and numerous Honorable Mentions.
"A bug's life: Photographer captures flies in exquisite detail". Photography by Tomas Rak.
More of this photographer's work appears at photomacrography.net. Two great examples are HERE and HERE.
Sierra Magazine: "Endangered? Who Cares?" cover illustration and article with slide show. Photography by John Hallmén.
More of this photographer's work can be seen on his own website, HERE.
"Tiny Long Horned Beetle", showing the head of a 5 mm long beetle in 3D. Photography by John Hallmén.
"Playing with a lesser stag beetle", details in 3D of the spectacular Dorcus parallelipipedus. Photography by Nikola Rahmé.
In the images below, click on each image to see a detailed discussion of the subject and how it was shot.1)