Getting into some high magnification macro photography (Using a Raynox 250 on top of a 105mm FF). Does one get better stacking results by moving the camera (by hand, or on a rail), or does changing the focus on the lens while keeping the camera steady give better results?
I've been having some trouble using the first method, but that may be due to me shooting handheld, and introducing large "angle" differences.
Note that unlike similar questions, I'm not interested in other differences such as ease of use or composition. I'm purely interested in the stacking results: both ease of alignment for software, as well as final blended image stack results.