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Posted on04. Sep, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
Image stacking is a useful tool to combine images to increase apparent depth of field. It can be used for landscapes as well as close up subjects. Several images are made of the same scene with the focus set at different points in the subject. The separate captures are assembled in Photoshop by loading them all as layers of a single image. This example uses a simple stack of two images.
Posted on21. Aug, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
In ReStyle over 1,000 carefully crafted presets have been created for your use. However, it is also possible to take your own image into the program and create a preset from scratch that will record the most dominate colors in your image from 1-5 using advanced technology.
Posted on20. Jun, 2013 by Darcy Wheeler.
Here is a useful trick for selectively placing stars or light sources in Topaz Star Effects. This application will allow you to have the freedom to place the ‘light’ wherever you want within the application. Normally when a photo is brought into Star Effects, a brushed on white spot or naturally occurring light source cannot be changed or moved around once it is applied. This tutorial will allow you to create a star that can easily be placed anywhere in the image!