Focus Stacking: how to extend depth of field when shooting close up

    | Photoshop Tutorials | Tutorials | 18/05/2013 01:00am
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    Step-by-step how to create a focus stacking effect: steps 7-8

    How to create a focus stacking effect: step 7

    07 Crop the edges
    Once the Auto-Align command has finished, the elements on each layer will be aligned, but the edges of the frame will look messy. Grab the Crop tool, right-click and choose Unconstrained, then drag across the image to crop off the unwanted messy edges.

     

    How to create a focus stacking effect: step 8

    08 Duplicate and blend
    Ensure all layers are still selected, then drag them to the Create New Layer icon to copy all five. Next, go to Edit>Auto-Blend Layers, make sure Stack Images and Seamless Tones and Colours are selected, then hit OK. Photoshop will seek out and blend the sharp parts.

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    PAGE 5: How to create a focus stacking effect: steps 7-8
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    Posted on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at 1:00 am under Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials.

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