At the September 29 Zoom meeting, Jerry Whaley presents, “Focus Stacking for Landscape and Nature Photography.” This program provides how-to instruction on focus stacking, using either Adobe Photoshop or Helicon Focus, plus practical guidelines for putting together images for a successful outcome and correcting any errors created by the process. Jerry will discuss the impact of Extreme Depth of Field (DOF) on your compositions and how to select the right lens to create Controlled DOF so you can present your own personal vision of a subject.
Jerry Whaley is a native East Tennessee writer and photographer who markets his images worldwide through Getty Images, Alamy, age.fotostock, 500px, Adobe Stock, iStock, Shutterstock, CanStock, Dreamstime, Design Pics and UIG. Jerry’s images have appeared in Sierra Club calendars, National Geographic Traveler, Blue Ridge Country, Outdoor Photographer, Peterson’s Photographic, Reiman’s Country, Backpacker, and Southern Living and in many other books, magazines, postcards, calendars and trade publications. A regular contributor to Smoky Mountain Journal of Photography, Jerry does photography workshops through the Smoky Mountain School of Photography, www.smokymountainsop.com. You can see more of Jerry’s images at www.jerrywhaley.com or visit his blog at www.jerrywhaley.wordpress.com.
If you plan to attend the September meeting, please let us know via email. The Zoom link will be sent to our email distribution list on Sunday afternoon, Sept 27, so be sure to check for the link.
Last month's Zoom meeting with Steve Ziegler was a great event. If you were one of the 60+ people who attended and would like to provide feedback on the meeting, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contacts: Kendall Chiles, President Brad Cottrell, Membership Website (email@example.com)
Southern Appalachian Nature Photographers is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization located near the Smoky Mountains in Knoxville, Tennessee.