Image stacking to deal with atmospheric conditions?

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Auf Reisen Contributing Member • Posts: 814
Image stacking to deal with atmospheric conditions?

So, I've been thinking.

Image stacking can be used to decrease noise to great effect because shot noise is random.

What is also random (to some degree, please let's not get into philosophical arguments) are atmospheric conditions (heat distortion, particles in the air, etc.).

I wonder, do any of you use stacking techniques to counteract such effects in landscape work or perhaps even for stationary wildlife (I know astrophotographers use the technique extensively)? What are your experiences?

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