Wouldn’t you like to be able to take close-up or landscape pictures that are tack-sharp? Unleash the superpower of focus stacking to capture breathtaking images with razor-sharp focus from front to back!
Imagine shooting close-up shots of flowers that have incredible detail or insects magnified with perfect clarity. Landscapes bursting with sharpness, from the foreground wildflowers to the distant mountains.
This focus stacking class will equip you with the skills and secrets I've learned over 20 years to master the art of creating the exact depth of field you desire.
You too can achieve stunning detail in macro, landscape, and product photography.
Participants are provided with a copy of the PowerPoint slides and the presentation will be recorded. Attendees are provided with a private link of the recording to review as often as they like.
I will cover a variety of topics, including:
- What is focus stacking and why do it?
- What does focus stacking software do?
- Sharpness vs Depth of Field
- Understanding sharpness
- How diffraction softens images
- How focus breathing affects images
- Getting the exposure right
- What is Helicon Focus?
- What you need to get started
- Sample images
- Macro focus stacking
- Landscape image focus stacking
- Product photography focus stacking
- How to shoot the stacked images
- Shooting with Helicon Remote
- Shooting with manual focusing
- Shooting with automatic focusing
- Shooting focus-stacked images that have bokeh
- Stacking the images with Photoshop
- Stacking the images with Helicon Focus
- Options with Helicon Focus
- Resolving issues and retouching
- Creating 3d images with Helicon Focus
- Things to consider
You attend this workshop from the comfort of your own home or from wherever you happen to be using Zoom.
Attendees will be provided with a copy of the PowerPoint presentation and a link to the presentation video so you can review the material at your own pace after the workshop.Registration is only $24.95
Once you register, you'll receive the workshop Zoom link 2-days prior to the workshop, and again on the day of the workshop.