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Focus Stacking Macro Images

DENIS LEMAY, Photographer

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2 Videos (16m)
    • Introduction

    • Focus Stacking Macro Images


About This Class

  • Focus Stackiing is the combining of several images (sometimes tens of images) shot at different focus distances so that the entire image is in focus. This is particularly important for macro photography because the closer you get to a subject the shallower your depth of field gets.

Segment one is a introduction to focus stacking macro images.

Segment two, we will combine or stack six different focus points of the same image in photoshop to acquire a specific depth of field.





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Denis G Lemay was brought up in a little coastal town of Biddeford Maine, served in Vietnam in 1968 in the army corps of engineer, then in 1971 went to school in NY to persue the field of professional photography, and relocated to a little Dutch town of Kutztown Pennsylvania where he owned and operated Rembrandt Studios in two different locations. In 1998 Denis relocated to Wilmington North Carolina where he now owns and operates Ocean...

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