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Murray Foote wrote:As Landon suggests, focus bracketing can be useful in many cases, perhaps most cases, though there are some cases where it won't work so well. It works best where you have a relatively continuous gradation of focus through the image. If say you have large tulips in the foreground in front of distant mountains, the out-of-focus tulips from the image where the mountain is in focus will be larger than the in-focus tulips from the image focused close and it would require extensive cloning to get round that.
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