How to Do Focus Stacking in Photoshop

Macro photography is really cool.

But, one thing I was always annoyed with was that the entire flower, or whatever I was shooting, wasn't completely in focus. 

I realized I needed to learn something new, so I discovered focus stacking.

Since I learned how to do focus stacking in Photoshop, I've used it in just about every type of landscape photography.

Even wide-angle shots when I didn't think the foreground would be in focus.

Focus stacking is a game changer.

And in this video, I'm going to show you how to do it.

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