Join us November 17th at 7 PM for Terry Mieger’s presentation Focus Stacking In the Real World. Have you ever done macro photography and wished you had a little more of the image in focus? Or wished that you could have more depth of field, without driving your sensor into diffraction? Terry will be discussing Helicon Focus as a solution for these problems.
Terry will be discussing:
- What really is depth of field?
- Focus vs Sharpness
- What are the choices and how is focus stacking done?
More about Terry Mieger
A retired educator, I taught high school Biology and Chemistry for 40 years in Milwaukee Wisconsin and Aurora Colorado. Photography became a part of my life, in the early 1950s, with an Argus C-3 camera and a roll of Kodachrome film. As a student at Colorado State University in the mid 1960s’, I studied large format photography and macrophotography working with biological and architectural subjects. In 2013 I formed Chaos Photo to teach photography and digital darkroom with workshops and personal consultation specializing in Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and Topaz plugins. I do many presentations for photography clubs specializing in Workflow, Lightroom and Photoshop. Other topics include High Dynamic Range Photography, Macro Photography and Focus Stacking. During the last few years, I have judged many club competitions and the Arapahoe County Fair Adult Photography Division. I consider myself as a resource and an educator with very broad tastes in photography.
Terry’s website is chaoscolorado.com