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15th October 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm


Join us at London’s After Nyne Gallery to get to know all about Focus Stacking & Bracketing with an Olympus!

Whether on flora, fauna or even products, the Olympus Focus Stacking feature can significantly reduce shooting time in comparison with manual stacking. Come along to this informative session and learn how to set up an OM-D camera to enable in-camera focus stacking, so it can be easily switched on when you need it. There will also be the opportunity to get hands-on and try it out for yourself using various props, allowing you to get everything right before you go it alone!

During the workshop you will also look at Focus Bracketing and the reasons you would use it over in-camera stacking. The limits that can be pushed will be tested and various post-production methods needed to achieve this type of photography will also be covered. On the day, you can set and save these settings on your camera with an Olympus expert guiding you throughout. Feel free to bring your own props/items to photograph!

Ticket price: £30

There are only a limited number of spaces for this informative event so don’t delay, book today!

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15th October 2019
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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After Nyne Gallery
10 Portland Road, Holland Park
London, W11 4LA United Kingdom
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