The latest version of the Macphun Creative Kit — including Tonality, Intensify, Focus, Noiseless, Snapheal and FX Photo Studio — is now available. And the best news? If you already own the 2015 version, this is a FREE upgrade!
OS X El Capitan is released today, and the included Photos for OS X app finally gains the Extensions architecture we were promised when Aperture was cancelled over a year and change ago. The first apps available to support it? Those by Macphun!
The other day we looked at the LUMIX camera's built-in focus stacking feature https://youtu.be/cC439BngIq4, which is awesome — but what if you want more control? In today's Photo Moment, we'll look at the Focus Bracketing feature, then using those images to focus stack in Photoshop.
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