Focus Shift Shooting / Stacking Explained for Nikon Z Cameras
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In this video I will show you how to use Focus Shift Shooting on your Nikon Z series camera to create a landscape and a close up photo.
I’ll then show you how to take them from Lightroom into Photoshop where we can merge the images into one image with greater depth of field than would be possible from a single shot.
The same basic technique applies to any Nikon camera with focus stacking or shifting. This will work with a Nikon Z6 or Z7 or any other newer Z series camera that has Focus Shifting features (Note: The Z50 currently does not have this feature).
See the Nikon Z 14-24:
See the Nikon Z 24-70:
See the Nikon Z 70-200:
See the Nikon Z6 II
See the Nikon Z7 II
See the MB-N11
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