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 //Photo credit: Stan Lane// //Photo credit: Stan Lane//
  
-At this size, you can appreciate the scene but you can't tell whether everything is sharp or not.+At this size, you can appreciate the scene but you cannot tell whether everything is sharp or not.
  
 Let's zoom in closer so we can see how much detail is available at pixel level. Let's zoom in closer so we can see how much detail is available at pixel level.
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 There are a couple of other resources that will help in dealing with motion.  There are a couple of other resources that will help in dealing with motion. 
  
-First, learn about the differences between PMax and DMap.  There's a quick summary at [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#what_is_the_difference_between_pmax_and_dmap|"What is the difference between PMax and DMap?]].  In general, DMap is more tolerant of subject motion, though it may require adjusting a couple of parameters.  That aspect is outlined at [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#how_should_i_choose_those_dmap_settings|"How should I choose those DMap settings"]] and in more detail in the tutorial [[:stacker:docs:tutorials:tutorial003|"How To Use DMap"]].+First, learn about the differences between PMax and DMap.  There's a quick summary at [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#what_is_the_difference_between_pmax_and_dmap|"What is the difference between PMax and DMap?"]].  In general, DMap is more tolerant of subject motion, though it may require adjusting a couple of parameters.  That aspect is outlined at [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#how_should_i_choose_those_dmap_settings|"How should I choose those DMap settings"]] and in more detail in the tutorial [[:stacker:docs:tutorials:tutorial003|"How To Use DMap"]].
  
-Second, learn how to detect & confirm subject motion in the first place.  See for example [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#how_can_i_detect_movement_in_my_stack|How Can I Detect Movement In My Stack?]].  Similar techniques can be used while you're in the process of retouching, as shown in the video tutorials [[:stacker:docs:videotutorials:retouching001:index|"Introduction to Retouching"]] and [[:stacker:docs:videotutorials:retouching002:index|"Advanced Retouching"]].+Second, learn how to detect & confirm subject motion in the first place.  See for example [[:stacker:docs:faqlist#how_can_i_detect_movement_in_my_stack|"How Can I Detect Movement In My Stack?"]].  Similar techniques can be used while you're in the process of retouching, as shown in the video tutorials [[:stacker:docs:videotutorials:retouching001:index|"Introduction to Retouching"]] and [[:stacker:docs:videotutorials:retouching002:index|"Advanced Retouching"]].
  
 **How Many Images Do I Need?** **How Many Images Do I Need?**
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