Hmmm, you may not have taken enough images...
Thank you for the quick answer.
Now I tried it with 13 photos.
It doesn't work either.
Is it because I converted them to .DNG?
Must be strange, because it's still a RAW image.
Using DNG shouldn't make a difference. I am wondering if you just don't have enough depth of field overlap on each picture. It looks like it is trying to do it's job, but is unable to. Could you try taking pictures of something simple around your house? Try maybe twice as many pictures...
I now did it with just some simple stuff, 4 walnuts (is that english?).
Did 13 photos on them.
Also tried in in the canon CR2 format.
Your English has been very understandable
Okay. Well, I want you to try resetting Photoshop. Close the program. Now press Ctrl+Alt+Shift (Command+Option+Shift for Mac) as you click to reopen Photoshop.
What is the exact version of photoshop cc 2014 you have?
In photoshop under Help>System Info look at the top line for the photoshop version.
You should have photoshop cc 2014.2.1
Thanks a lot guys! I really appreciate your help.
It's finally working (And now I see making good pictures for focus-stacking isn't that easy).
So this is what I did.
I first took R_Kelly his advice. I checked the version, and it seemed that this evening a new update has come out.
So I updated, tried the stacking again, And it was working.
Strange thing is, that in my opinion the update can't be the thing. It should have worked in older version right?
So I was thinking, when you update, photoshop will be resetted right? At least, the reset that Benjamin meant.
The final conclusion:
Resetting helped (with help of the update)
Awesome! I'm glad it's working! The version you were using must have had a bug that the update fixed... The reset actually resets everything; basically to like installing it for the first time.. It, and updates, are usually the most common fixes when things go wrong.
How did the image turn out? Was this your first time focus stacking?
Yes the previous 1 or 2 minor versions of PS CC 2014 had messed up stacking and maybe panos so they must have fixed it, finally, in 2014.2.1.
Great first attempt! You may get a slightly sharper image if you stop your lens up a little (e.g. f/2.8 to f/3.5).. Keep up the good work