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How to achieve the Brenizer Method Effect.



Ever seen a F0.88 lens? how about I tell you, you already own one?

Ever wanted to shoot with a 24mm f/0.4? This technique gives you the opportunity.

The Brenizer Method is a well known photography technique named after the talented wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer

The technique is basically a variation of a stitched panorama but with close focus and using the lens wide open at its fastest aperture to achieve a picture with a kind of 3D medium format look. It gives a real pop to the object in focus. The only downside is that it needs 20 plus shots to give the best effect, and at full resolution that can be a bit of a challenge for most PC’s to stitch in a reasonable time scale.

This technique gives you the effect of lenses that have never ever been created or ever will as example… Camera: Nikon D3sLens: 10-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 105mm f/1.8 AIS (35mm equivalent focal length: 51mm f/0.88 — calculated here)

Here Ryan goes through the motion on how he goes about it:

And in this video Youtube member brettmaxwell goes on to show how he does his steps, very awesome!



Here are some more example for the brenizer method:


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  1. May 3, 2012 at 7:03 PM

    Awesome! Big fan of his work.

    • May 3, 2012 at 7:20 PM

      His work is outstanding, he is so humble and easy to approach. always willing to help, He is full of awesomeness!

      How cool is it to have a method named after you?

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