Saturday, May 5, 2012

Stitched portrait

Doubled the size of the full-frame sensor with the Brenizer method... This is a 23 megapixel picture I took with my 12 megapixel camera. How? I shot and stitched 6 frames* to make this portrait. [If you're wondering why it's not closer to 72 megapixels, the explanation is that I shot the component frames at a lower resolution setting to make processing easier for my computer.]
I used a 50mm f/1.4 lens to shoot this. For this particular shot, the method helped me turn it into a 28mm f/0.78 lens. [ There's an online calculator created and provided by Michigan wedding photographer Brett Maxwell. ]

To find out more about the New York City wedding photographer Ryan Brenizer, who is a pioneer of panoramic stitching in portraiture, you can visit
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