Focus stacking tutorial: Product photography by AKElstudio

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Focus stacking (bracketing) technique explained in an easy to follow how-to tutorial. More about the shot is on the blog http:/www.akelstudio.com/blog

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Nazmul Hasan Babu says:

Hey there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just search on Google for it …)? There you can watch a great free video demonstrating the right way to take amazing photographs. It made it possible for Joe to make photographs which leave you with a wow-effect whenever you take a look at them. Hopefully it works for you also.

Optimouss02 says:

Hey there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (do a Google search for it)? There you can watch a great free video explaining the right way to create fantastic pictures. This helped Matt to shoot photographs that have a jaw-dropping-effect whenever you look at them. I hope it will work for you as well.

Nazmul Hasan Babu says:

Hey there, are you familiar with “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just search on Google for it …)? There you can watch a great free video demonstrating the right way to take amazing photographs. It made it possible for Joe to make photographs which leave you with a wow-effect whenever you take a look at them. Hopefully it works for you also.

Joseph Borg says:

do you do or need to do any further sharpening with PS after that to get the maximum sharpness?

MsDia76 says:

Hello, do you know “MagicSFXphoto” (just google it)? There you can watch a great free video showing the way to shoot better photographs. This helped Matt to create pictures that leave you with that jaw-dropping-effect any time you look at them. Perhaps it will work for you too…

startphotography says:

Awesome video. Thanks for the tutorial!

JustThought says:

Thanks for another great tutorial, easy to follow and must know info for product photography.

SteveStaples16 says:

Thank you for your easy to follow tutorial
Steve
UK

zorg1us says:

Сразу виден профессионализм. Безумно рад что нашел ваш канал, так как у вас несомненно есть чему поучиться.

BanjoJr says:

why is it when when I get to Photomerge and click on select all open images(I unclick blend images together) PS5 then creates a Panorama with each image one above the other? Any info would be appreciated…

AKELstudio says:

Unfortunatelly I can’t post my full answer to your question here, not enough space given:-)

However, I have exactly the same question answered on my blog in Q&A thread, somewhere in the middle. Can’t post link here..

elbryan9 says:

Why is it better to use a macro focusing rail versus shifting the plane of focus via the lens? Wouldn’t moving the camera magnify and/or shrink the image however slight?

pititoy says:

Thanks for sharing very informative 🙂

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