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When taking a photo with both the foreground and the background in focus, most of us think we need a tripod. Max Rive rarely uses a tripod because it limits his freedom to move the camera around for getting the best composition – as well as when doing focus stacking. After many requests to make his unique way of focus stacking public, it is now finally here: An in-depth demonstration on how to get great focus stacking results from photos taken without a tripod that have different foreground positions. 

 

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This video has the following subtitles included: English, French, Chinese, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Hindee, Portuguese, Russian and Korean.

HIGHLIGHTS

Unique way of focus Stacking

Unique way of focus Stacking

This technique allows you to shoot multople different images handheld while still getting great focus stacking results.

Adding haze and depth

Adding haze and depth

Learn different techniques in Adobe Photoshop to increase the separation between layers and the depth of the image.

Adding Light

Adding Light

The sun is setting just outside the frame and as a result there is still some glow visible with the naked eye. Learn how to add this glow in your photo. 

This Course Is for you if
Difficult Focus Stacking made Easy.

...You would like to learn how to do focus stacking in Photoshop with nearby foreground objects. This often results in difficult merging – not any more with this unique editing technique.


Adding Light and Separation.

...You would like to add great separation and light to your image. A combination of multiple techniques have been used to create that special effect on the left side of this landscape photo.


Prepare for Instagram.

...You would like to know how to crop, edit and prepare your horizontal image the best way possible for Instagram. Know how to post the best possible version on Instagram to get the highest engagement.

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