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How foreground makes landscape photos better
How using an f/2.8 lens can help you achieve ideal control over depth of field
Three ideas to get lots of extra detail in your images
Focus stacking images for increased depth of field
What is focus stacking?
Focus stacking with a macro rail
Focus stacking to achieve greater depth of field, part two
Focus stacking to achieve greater depth of field, part one
Olympus and Panasonic together for focus stacking
The major pros and cons of focus stacking for landscapes
Remembering 2018
Why focus stack when I can just use f/22?

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What is focus stacking?

When you buy a fast lens with a bright aperture, like f/1.8, you go crazy making photos with a super-shallow depth of field. You photograph flowers where only one stamen is in focus, and you shoot people with super blurry

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Focus stacking with a macro rail

Well, there are some buzz words for you — focus stacking, macro rail … but what does it all mean? In layman’s terms, it is a guide that sits on your camera to help with moving your focal point in

Read More
remembering-2018

Remembering 2018

With the new year just hours away, we thought it’d be fun to recap 2018. Between covering the full-frame mirrorless trends, photography conferences like WPPI and PhotoPlus, reviewing the latest camera gear and helping you with camera and post-processing techniques,

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Why focus stack when I can just use f/22?

I’ve got three good reasons why using f/22 won’t get you a sharp picture. However, even though I’ve proven these reasons in my own work, you should go try it yourself. The other day, I wrote a brief introduction to

Read More
Levi Sim header-1

What Is focus stacking?

When you buy a fast lens with a bright aperture, like f/1.8, you go crazy making photos with a super-shallow depth of field. You photograph flowers where only one stamen is in focus, and you shoot people with super blurry

Read More
JuliePowell_Rail_banner

Focus stacking with a macro rail

Well, there are some buzz words for you — focus stacking, macro rail … but what does it all mean? In layman’s terms, it is a guide that sits on your camera to help with moving your focal point in

Read More
remembering-2018

Remembering 2018

With the new year just hours away, we thought it’d be fun to recap 2018. Between covering the full-frame mirrorless trends, photography conferences like WPPI and PhotoPlus, reviewing the latest camera gear and helping you with camera and post-processing techniques,

Read More
header-1

Why focus stack when I can just use f/22?

I’ve got three good reasons why using f/22 won’t get you a sharp picture. However, even though I’ve proven these reasons in my own work, you should go try it yourself. The other day, I wrote a brief introduction to

Read More
Levi Sim header-1

What Is focus stacking?

When you buy a fast lens with a bright aperture, like f/1.8, you go crazy making photos with a super-shallow depth of field. You photograph flowers where only one stamen is in focus, and you shoot people with super blurry

Read More

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