I will be conducting a photographic workshop on focus stacking on May 20, 2018. It is among the 200+ Super 1 Day classes offered during a 2-week nationwide educational event by Professional Photographers of America (PPA). The classes have been a huge success each year.
This is my first time teaching for PPA — I am so excited that I will be hosting the class with my fellow photographer Nick Seth-Smith of Images by Nick.
Focus stacking is a digital image manipulation technique that helps photographers overcome the limits of their lenses in obtaining the desired depth of field (DOF). It is made possible by new computer software to blend multiple pictures together to create an image with more in focus.
The class is open to PPA members and all who are interested. PPA collects the fees; Nick and I are doing this to get merits toward our Master Craftsman degrees within the association, basically in the spirit of contributing back to our profession. We do receive a portion of the fees after the 7th attendee, but we are keeping this class small to only 15 participants for best experience.
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Let me thank our fellow photographer and friend Ramiro Gaytan for letting us use California Photography Center as a venue for this workshop! Ramiro is also teaching a Super 1 Day this May; he will be sharing his wisdom on lighting for portraits. Don't miss it!
About Professional Photographers of America (PPA)
It is a worldwide non-profit association that assists more than 30,000+ members in achieveing their professional, artistic, and fraternal goals; to promote public awareness of the profession; and to advance the making of images in all of its disciplines as an art, a science and a visual recorder of history.