Generally I dislike post processing of my photos, I take then all as JPEG's, and only tend to crop, or lighten / darken images. Sometimes you can't get the image result no matter how hard you try, that's when some of you would wheel out your big guns of image processing software. I think that for the image above, no software could recover the out of focus areas. The image should be retaken, but with aperture stopped down from f2.8, to f5.6 to give better depth of field. However Panasonic's latest cameras have a "focus stacking mode", so I can leave the aperture set to f2.8, and retake the shot, this time using the in-camera focus stacking; with much better results, and the post processing is all done in the camera for me. The difference in the 2 photos is amazing, thanks to Panasonic technology.
by Derek Smith January. 30, 2017 670 views
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