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thanks so much to Squarespace for sponsoring this weeks video before I jump right into it I just want to say thank you for the incredible response to my video last month all about focus stacking using the automatic approach that video already has a hundred and ten thousand views which is just absolutely tremendous so thank you so much for that and in the comments section of that video there was quite a few mentions of how to manually focus stack in the event that Photoshop really struggles to determine what portions of an image to use and what portions of an image not to use and this happens occasionally in landscape photography especially when you have things moving throughout your scene whether its clouds in the sky or maybe its branches in a tree or maybe its water flowing throughout your photograph and thats the purpose of this weeks video is to discuss how to manually focus stack your landscape photos now theres a couple different ways to do this but this is definitely the