Forest Floor, Rio Pueblo
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Forest Floor, Rio Pueblo

July 13, 2020

This is a two exposure focus stack, with some color adjustments through a mask made with TK Actions, and some burning in. I am finally feeling more confident in Photoshop, after viewing and beginning to study Sean Bagshaw’s Photoshop Essentials video course, and Tony Kuyper’s TK7 actions. I was experimenting, made one image at f22 (Canon APS-C), then two at f6.3, and focus stacked them, then had to clone out ghosts, then used an infinite color mask made with TK7 actions, then some burning in. I wanted to practice my new photoshop skills and compare the difference between focus stacking at larger apertures, and the diffraction at small apertures.

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  • Mike Nelson Pedde - 3 months ago
    A lot of work, but worth it. Have you tried focus stacking on more distant landscape shots?

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