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The Ultimate Focus Stacking Guide for Landscape Photography

Guide to Focus Stacking in Landscape Photography
It’s become nearly impossible to get the entire image tack-sharp due to the use of ultra-wide-angle lenses and often extreme approaches to foregrounds and compositions. Perhaps you've used a recommended aperture such as f/11 and figured that will do the job but returned home to find half the image out of focus? Unfortunately, this...

Capture the Full Dynamic Range by Taking Multiple Exposures

Use Multiple Exposures to Capture the Full Dynamic Range One of the biggest frustrations with landscape photography is capturing the entire dynamic range. Often, the sky turns out white while the landscape is correctly exposed and other times the landscape is black and the sky looks good. Unfortunately, capturing an over-all well-exposed image is at times not possible, therefore we have...