Do you want to achieve razor sharp images with infinite depth of field from a single image? If so, join us and we will teach you how to achieve to this and why for the most part, focus stacking for landscapes is not needed. Understand how to setup your camera to shoot high quality images and why your lens choice, focal length and aperture have a huge effect on your final image. Learn about circles of confusion and diffraction and how these may be preventing you from getting the sharpness and depth of field you want in your images. We will show you how to choose the correct combination of focal length and aperture for the landscape in front of you as well as how to focus accurately for front to back sharpness in your images.
If you want to advance your understanding of landscape photography skills, this course is for you. It is a great opportunity to learn how to get the best from your camera/lens and achieve stunningly sharp images from a single frame.
In the workshop we will cover:
Camera Settings to achieve high quality Landscape images
Optimum Focal Length for a lens
Circle of Confusion
Understanding advanced Depth of Field
Choosing the best Aperture setting
Focusing accurately for Landscapes
Achieving front to back sharpness in a single image
Editing images to maximise dynamic range, sharpness and colour
A most useful course that brought into focus (no pun intended) several aspects of using a digital versus film camera for landscape photography. It certainly clarified and explained some problems I have been having...
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