Ryan at Sunset — The Brenizer Method

October 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

A few days ago I read a blog post about the Brenizer Method. It’s a strange portrait technique where you take multiple pictures of your subject and stich them together. The camera settings and focus remain the same. Then simply do a photomerge in Photoshop, as if you were going to make a panorama. The results generally turn out as a wide-angle shot with extremely shallow depth of field.

This is my first attempt, and it doesn’t really do the effect justice. I’ll keep trying and get one up soon.

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