Garrett Ewald, Photojournalist

One type of photography has been limited by the laws of physics: macro/close-up photography, and scenes that need objects in focus from close to far. Originally developed to help improve photographs made with microscopes, high depth of field images or hyper focal photography was developed to help people see extremely small objects in greater focus. The software has been adapted to be used on larger objects too because there are physical limits to capturing scenes with objects in focus over great distances. Like High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography, hyper focal photography works best with stationary objects. 

I have used hyper focal techniques for industrial/corporate images and for photographing scale models. Examples to come...

© 2017 Photos by GE.

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