Focus Stacking with Photoshop and Elements
Focus stacking lets you extend the depth of field by combining multiple images, each each of the same scene, but with a different focus point. Photoshop and Elements each have their own way of combining the multiple images into a single photograph. [Continue Reading…]
There are lots of stories about photographers having their pictures stolen from their websites and used by others without permission. If you want to track down some of your pictures, there are a couple of free services that can help using something called reverse image search. Google Image Search, for example, lets you either type in the url for the picture you want to search or upload a copy of it. The search engine then returns results showing where the image appears on the Internet. TinEye.com is another free service that does the same thing. Sometimes the results for both services include pictures that only resemble your photos.
I did a search on a few of my images and only found authorized uses. I was both glad and maybe in an odd way a little disappointed. I mean, hey, my stuff isn’t worth stealing? Hmpf.
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It’s a little quiet around here this time of year, which makes it a good time to shoot. Winter has its own special photographic opportunities and challenges. Here’s some quick tips: [Continue Reading…]