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Tiffany A.
user 41018252
West Jordan, UT
Hello to all of our members.  We hope you are all doing well.

We recently have had quite a few people inquire about focus stacking. Wayne has put together a tutorial on focus stacking. The video shows the steps to get a set of images taken using various focus points and merging them into a single image, using Photoshop CS6. It's very helpful and informative.

You can see the video here:

http://www.pixelsfoto.com/blog/?p=2445­

Thanks,

Tiffany
Philippe K.
user 92112292
North Salt Lake, UT
Post #: 1
Great lesson on focus stacking! Thanks a lot...and again thanks for the Red Butte field shooting trip! Well done!
Philippe
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