Focus Stacking

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Focus Stacking is a process that involves combining multiple focus point exposures, in order to increase the depth of field within a photo. Similarly, High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography uses different light exposures combined.

Focus Stacking helps add sharper detail to photographic images. For example, let’s say, due to poor lighting conditions, the sharpest focus for your subject is not possible in a single exposure (shot).

Does Luminar provide tools for focus stacking?

(August 2020) Luminar does not currently provide tools for focus stacking. Although, it is possible to do manually, using Layers…

However, this may be an overly tedious tasks. For more information you should keep updated with the new generation AI version of Luminar here. Or, you can read our related posts here: A New Approach to Photo Editing and  Cheating with Photography?