Three complementary technologies are composing this modern studio: lighting, dongle and a software.
A compact studio, an integrated homogenous LED lighting system, piloted by a powerful software.
A unique photo studio on the market for the creation of 2D visuals for small objects.
Composed of 9 modular zones, obtain with ease, photos of all your products.
This photo studio benefits from an interior shooting volume of 702 cm3 and can hold large products.
Benefit from two distinct shooting modes for your clothes, textiles and accessories.
An innovative photo lighting system for semi-precious stones and gemstones.
The 360 photo studio extremely productive even for complex product photography.
A product photography studio dedicated to worn clothes, with a sophisticated lighting and turntable.
The complete photo studio offers you an infinity of possibilities to create visuals of big products.
The widest range of turntables.
A 360 turntable conceived and dedicated to the horology, jewelry and goldsmithery industries.
A true Swiss army knife, the PackshotPro 360 was designed for the luggage and leather goods industries.
Reveal your products in the most beautiful way with the new 360 backlit turntable PackshotStudio Multi-Side.
With this multiple arm system, photograph your products from five or ten different and simultaneous angles.
Stacking photos with different focuses is a technique called focus stacking. It is used in macro photography of products and particularly for close-up photography of small jewels: birth bracelets, rings, cufflinks... The idea is an automatic assembly by software of several identical photos of your product with a different focus. You get, after the assembly, a completely clear jewelry photograph. With this tutorial, we show you how to perform focus stacking with the PackshotCreator software combined with a 360-degree photo studio.
Clean your ring (read our tutorial) and position it on the center of the studio. We use a vacuum system to hold it without any support (find out how to use this system in this article).
Choose the Hyperfocus shooting mode on the software interface and apply your usual settings for the camera and studio lighting. Choose a wide aperture and an ISO value between 100 and 200 for the best visual effect. Your ring is ready to go through the focus stacking step.
Click on Snap. A window will open on your screen. Select the increment (distance) of the different shots on your ring. Distance is also called focus shift.
Then select on Next, a new window appears. Determine the number of photos to be taken for the stack of images. Use the guide on your screen to find out how many images to use to keep your ring in focus. To perform automatic focus stacking of this ring, choose 6 photos. Tip: The higher the aperture value of your camera, the more pictures you need to take.
Click again on Snap. The camera then sequences the 6 previously selected shots. The software automatically compiles them into a single file. You get a sharp visual from the foreground to the inside of the ring. Finally, choose the file export format(s): jpeg, tiff, png.
Here is the final result: before and after the automatic compilation of your ring photographs.