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    Default blend images with different focal length with photoshop

    Hi guys, I remember coming across such article in CS but could not remember the thread's title. If any of you still remember the thread, could you pls provide me with the link? Thanks.

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    Default Re: blend images with different focal length with photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by jerichojon View Post
    Hi guys, I remember coming across such article in CS but could not remember the thread's title. If any of you still remember the thread, could you pls provide me with the link? Thanks.
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    Default Re: blend images with different focal length with photoshop

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: blend images with different focal length with photoshop

    Another interesting article on Focus Stacking is here, this was contributed to Digital Photography School, by a Singapore Based Photographer Chen Wei Li

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    Default Re: blend images with different focal length with photoshop

    btw, focus stacking is blending using different focus points, not focal lengths, as the thread title says.. just so everybody's clear on the terminology.
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