Night portrait created with Brenizer Method

Brenizer Method

Ever since I started creating bokehramas (using a technique called “Brenizer Effect“), I’ve been pushing the limits of this already optically impossible genre. Gigapixel stitch with over 250 tiles? Check. Multi-tile portraits where one subject is split among dozen tiles? Check. Environmental portrait indoors with zero nodal shift? Check. HDR bokehrama? Check. List goes on and on… There’s always some guesswork involved. And luck, lots and lots of sheer luck – that’s why I never offer bokehramas to my commercial clients as the “one and only” solution.

Today we have 113 frames stitched into a single bokehrama. And jumping Margaret, of course – along with a few minor stitching artifacts… Like I said, luck.

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