Episode 53: Focus Stacking
You can control depth of field in a photo using narrow apertures, but what do you do when that’s not enough to get everything in focus? For macro and some landscape photography, the answer is focus stacking, a technique that blends several images shot at different focal lengths. Kirk and Jeff talk about how it works and when you’d want to use it.
- How-To: Focus Stacking in Photoshop, Adobe Create
- Episode #20 - The Blur-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named
- Photographing the Canadian Rockies, Part 1, Nick Page’s video about when he shot the ice image that appears in the Adobe Create article.
- Affinity Photo
- Pixelmator Pro
- Helicon Focus
- Zerene Stacker
- Fuji X Secrets, by Rico Rico Pfirstinger
- Interview: Tulsa artist Bob Sober gives insects their close-up in Oklahoma City exhibit
- Episode 47: Jeff Becomes an Event Photographer
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