Focus stacking PackshotCreator

Focus on… the Focus stacking on product photography

The Focus stacking module is the latest addition to the PackshotCreator software suite : made to answer the needs of our clients in macrophotography, the Focus Stacking option allows you to get an ultra-sharp image on the totality of the product that being shot from very close.


How to assemble several products images?

The progressive blurry effect due to the depth of field is well known and even appreciated by photographers. However such artistic effect may be constraining in product shooting when you need to enhance the very details of your products.
The Focus stacking feature literally « assembling focus distances) allows to assemble several images that were shot with different focus distances to get in the end a photo with a maximized depth of field.

Showcase each details of your products

 For the first time you will get an extended sharpness from the foreground to the background of you image in just a few clicks. Each detail, material and color is perfectly rendered; you avoid the progressive blurry effect specific to macrophotography.
Focus Staking, watch example
Focus Staking, cosmetics example
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