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3h34m

4

Medium

Peru

DURATION

3h34m

RAWS

4

LEVEL

Medium

LOCATION

Peru

  • Max Rive Look
  • Focus Stack
  • Adding Mist
  • Side Light
  • Separation
  • H-L control
  • HSL Adv
  • Layer Move
  • IG Edit

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This Photoshop focus stacking tutorial will teach you how easy it is to combine photos with different focus points into 1 sharp landscape image. Focus stack 3 photos in Photoshop into 1 with Max Rive's easy to follow Photoshop techniques. With or without tripod - you can choose both with this Photoshop focus stacking technique. Any other Photoshop techniques in this video? Yes, Max used his latest editing skills in this Photoshop tuturial to achieve this award-winning shot. Use the before and after slider to see how this tutorial will influence your landscape shot!

HIGHLIGHTS

Green Color Painting

Green Color Painting

Add green colors with this special Technique.

Reposition the Foreground

Reposition the Foreground

Move the foreground closer to the mountain.

Focus Stacking

Focus Stacking

Create incredible sharpness from front to back.

Add Mist

Add Mist

Add realistic looking mist.

Light from the side

Light from the side

Enhance the mood with light from the side.

Unique Contrast Control

Unique Contrast Control

Greatly improve your contrast with this Technique.

Instagram

Instagram

Prepare your image for Instagram with brightness, aspect ratio, color profile and file size adjustments.

This Course Is for you if
Best Focus Stacking.

...You want to learn how to create perfectly sharp images from the foreground flowers all the way to the background mountains. A tripod isn’t even needed with this focus stacking technique!


For Everyone.

...You have seen Max’s tutorials before, this tutorial has updated editing and processing techniques to make a landscape photo even more powerful.


Next Level Editing.

...You want to bring your landscape photo editing and processing to the next level. Learn how to get everything out of your landscape photo with this just released photo editing tutorial.

PROCESSED WITH THESE TECHNIQUES
SOME TECHNIQUES EXPLAINED

Focus Stacking.

Focus Stacking.

With the focus stacking technique you will combine 2 or more different images with different parts of the image in focus. When you have nearby foreground objects, the lens will not be able to get the background in focus - in such a situation, the focus stacking technique will solve this. When you are unable to use a tripod, or prefer to shoot handheld, the different images will not be aligned perfectly. Max has created a very easy to follow technique how to focus stack photos which have been taken handheld. 

Mist in a landscape photo can create mood and depth to an image. The white texture often generates a nice contrast with the surrounding darker landscape. Mist is water vapor that condenses on the ground. When this is done higher from the ground in the atmosphere it is called a cloud. The technique of adding mist, haze or a cloud in Adobe Photoshop is the same. The photoshop technique of adding mist requires little technical knowledge and is very fun to do. Learn it now in this Photoshop editing tutorial!

Adding Mist.

Adding Mist.

Improve Foreground Balance. 

Improve Foreground Balance. 

Sometimes a part of the foreground doesn't add interest to the landscape photo. When this part is on the bottom of the image you can easily crop it off. When this part is between the bottom and the background layer this will be more difficult. When the image has a constant foreground surface, such as grass, it is now very easy to move the foreground subject (flowers) more closely to the background. This can improve the balance of the composition and increases the connection between for- and background. 

WHY MAX MADE THIS TUTORIAL

...I used a new focus stacking technique with incredible results!

When I was exploring the high mountains of Peru, I saw a couple of beautiful flowers. They were so small I had to put my lens very close to them! I had to take 3 different photos with different focus points. When I was back in the digital dark-room, I used a new focus stacking technique with incredible results. I often receive questions how to master focus stacking perfectly - and people are even more curious when I tell them I don't even use a tripod! In this Photoshop focus stacking technique, I will explain the art of focus stacking your landscape image - from start to finish!

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