Outline of Shoot – Click Below

00:00:35 – Sharpest F-Stop of Your lens
00:01:58 – Example subjects to start with.
00:03:51 – Why do we need to focus stack and starting out suggestions.
00:06:12 – Tools for Mini Course.
00:07:15 – How to start photographing a focus stack.

Live Shoot with Members

Janice discusses the best way to start learning how to stack your shots. She explains that you should work indoors at first so you don’t have the wind to deal with.  You should also pick a subject that doesn’t have a lot of depth to it, flatter subjects are perfect for learning.

Equipment and Accessories

Camera

Tripod

Macro Lens

Focus Rack

Shutter Release

A subject that is flat or doesn’t have much depth to it.

Lightroom & Photoshop   (Photoshop Required)

 

flowerstack

Flower Stack Sepia Toned

  

Janice did a 3 step tutorial on how to focus stack before this workshop.  It’s a good video to help you understand the concept of getting your closeup work in focus.  This is the first of 3 videos.  The second video will be in the next lesson.

Outline of Lesson 1

00:01:32 – Examples of how I photograph a stack flower.

00:02:33 – Examples of how I photograph a leaf.

00:07:09 – Overview of what I’ve done.

DOWNLOADS FOR THIS LESSON

AUDIO - MP3 OF Workshop LESSON
AUDIO - MP3 OF LESSON 1
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