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How to get the ultimate sharp images in your photography –

An introduction to focus stacking, Part 1

Want to learn how to create sharp and stunning images?

Wonder why stopping your lens to f32 never worked right? You’ve heard about focus stacking but never really knew much about it, or were too scared to try?

Well, Vadim Chiline, one of North America’s top jewelry and luxury product photographers will show you the basics in this overview video.

He will show you how to get the most depth of field with your camera of a simple object on white as well as an object sitting on a more complex background.

In Part 2 of this video (available here) , he will attempt to showcase the difference in focus stacking found between Adobe Photoshop and Helicon Focus which are the two most popular solutions to this problem.

The Most Advanced techniques. Participate in the assignment and get a personal feedback from the instructor!

An integral part of product photography, especially small products such as jewelry, is using the right prop. The right prop not only enhances the shot but also adds that little bit of magic which brings the whole shot together. Yes, of course, the product is the focus of the image, but the props assume a place of importance too in the whole scheme of things.

If you follow along with Alex Koloskov and he’s team, you probably will end as a famous Product and Commercial Photographer.
We do our best to provide you with the knowledge and help along the way for you to reach you’re maximum potential.

In our workshop series you get to know some secrets, some good quality work.

This might set your brain of fire and give you endless posibilites to achieve what you want when you want!

 Pro Club tutorials cover the most interesting and creative techniques. Rember to check out reviews from instructors and lets grow togheter 

Make sure you check out our previous workshops and stay tuned for the next one



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