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Sep 23, 2013 04:10 |  #16

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Sep 23, 2013 12:14 |  #17

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It's the least I could do after I've learned so much around here...So awesome to see you guys on board!

Just another heads up - I don't cover RAW vs. JPEG and will be editing with JPEG, but if you start with JPEG with these editing techniques and then move to RAW, you'll be blown away at it's power vs JPEG!

In a few days I have to photograph several custom made pool cues.

I plan on focus stacking and or stitching.
Does your class cover this?
What would be the best lens?
I have a ton of questions
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Sep 23, 2013 13:45 as a reply to  @ farmer1957's post |  #18

Tipidsale - It's a pleasure!

In a few days I have to photograph several custom made pool cues.

I plan on focus stacking and or stitching.
Does your class cover this?
What would be the best lens?
I have a ton of questions
Farmer

Farmer - Hmm, I don't cover focus stacking but I do get students comfortable working with layers which you WILL need to know how to do if you plan to focus stack.

For a good focus stack, stage the shot you want, lock down your tripod/pool cue and shoot all your shots at the different focus marks. Then, open one image up in your image editor and place the others into that document by going to "file >place..." Once you've done that, you will tediously have to erase the parts of each layer you don't want.

As for lenses, whatever glass you have that's your sharpest!It will really depend on how you want to shoot them to decide on what glass/focal length will be best.


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Sep 23, 2013 16:48 |  #19

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In a few days I have to photograph several custom made pool cues.

I plan on focus stacking and or stitching.
Does your class cover this?
What would be the best lens?
I have a ton of questions
Farmer

Focus stacking is something that is its own subject! It has been discussed in various threads, but if you want answers to specific questions, I'd start your own thread!

If in the title you include the term "focus stacking", the term will trigger a forum "mini-search" and the results will show up at the bottom of your thread page in the "Similar Threads" section.

Or, of course, you could do a forum search for "focus stacking" and get some results that way!


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Sep 23, 2013 19:38 as a reply to  @ post 16317776 |  #20

Thanks a lot! I'm new to dslr photography so this will be really cool.


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Sep 24, 2013 08:24 |  #21

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Thanks a lot! I'm new to dslr photography so this will be really cool.

My pleasure, Juwiz! This will definitely be a great launchpad for you into the world of editing!


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Sep 26, 2013 14:53 as a reply to  @ chainbreakr's post |  #22

Thanks Tyler..


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Sep 26, 2013 17:27 |  #23

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Thanks Tyler..

No problem! Thanks for joining (assuming you have :P)!


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Oct 03, 2013 18:05 |  #24

Class is live...thanks to all who have joined!


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Oct 13, 2013 01:40 |  #25

Closed?


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Oct 15, 2013 07:17 |  #26

Celtboy - shoot me a PM and I'll juice you up! The class will be online indefinitely and is all self-paced.


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Oct 16, 2013 14:05 as a reply to  @ chainbreakr's post |  #27

Certainly interested in joining the class. I've recently taken a few snaps at a wedding evening bash.I was quite pleased with the results using a programme called 'Fotor' to edit the images.Its a completely free and online programme that I have found easy to use. It is certainly beginner level but thats where I'm at. Hope it can help you and your pupils.
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Oct 16, 2013 14:26 as a reply to  @ Spudzz47's post |  #28

I am a newbie here, would also like to learn more. How do I join Online Photo Editing Basics class?


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Oct 17, 2013 14:26 as a reply to  @ budcam's post |  #29

I'm interested as well




  
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Oct 17, 2013 16:07 |  #30

I'm interested too :)


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