Have you ever used focus stacking in your photography? I have experimented with it before, so when this week’s Dogwood 52 prompt came up, I knew what to do.
Focus stacking is done in Photoshop, and allows you to have multiple focus points in an image, so everything is clear. This is especially useful in landscape photography, if you want the foreground, and the back of the image to be sharp. My photo for this weeks prompt isn’t a landscape, but is a good representation of how this technique works.
I took one shot focused on the tipi, and another focused on the bison. Then I blended them in Photoshop to create this image. (the bison in the back was having a bad hair day)
This is a really busy time of year for me with photography. I’m out early morning, and again in the evening, and it seems I spend the middle of the day going through 1000’s of photos. So this will be another quick post.
The Dogwood 52 prompt this week is Eye lines. Create an image where the subject is drawing our eye to an unseen something in the photo. This moose was certainly looking at something, I never did see what had his attention.