It may seem easy enough to put the astronaut and the globe in focus, but when you move in close for your macro photo, you find that only a tiny slice of the scene is in focus. You can put the astronaut in focus, or perhaps the globe, but not both at the same time, as in these examples. You can use Helicon Focus to remedy the situation. Put your camera on a tripod, focus on the nearest part of the scene, and snap the image.Then vary the focus slightly and shoot again. Lather, rinse, repeat--take as many photos as you need to capture a series of images with various points in sharp focus from the front to the back of the scene. For this scene, I needed five photos.