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1st attempt at 'Brenizer method'
Lens: Tamron 70-200 f2.8 SP AF Camera: Pentax K3 ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: Top banana, 01-17-2016, 03:25 AM

I have been waiting for a chance to try a 'Brenizer' shot and had a go whilst wandering around forest yesterday - this is a 9 photo stitch

Next time I will try and find a better subject


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01-17-2016, 03:36 AM   #2
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The result looks good to me.

Always better to try with a simple subject and the move on to the more interesting ones.
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Nice result - I would like to try this too but I dont have stitching software yet. Which one are you using?
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Very nice--I'm always looking for ways to tame busy backgrounds. How many exposures were you working with here?

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Huh... we have walkways like that through the swampy area of the metro park I used to live near. Nice shot .
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QuoteOriginally posted by debakarma Quote
Nice result - I would like to try this too but I dont have stitching software yet. Which one are you using?
just using PS elements 11 currently - shoot frames in RAW, then adjust before converting to JPEG and using the photomerge option in PS

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QuoteOriginally posted by CreationBear Quote
Very nice--I'm always looking for ways to tame busy backgrounds. How many exposures were you working with here?
This was a 9 shot stitch - have also been trying with 12 shots to get real wide angle look - also allows for a bit of cropping once photomerge has been done
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QuoteOriginally posted by debakarma Quote
Nice result - I would like to try this too but I dont have stitching software yet. Which one are you using?
Google...... Microsoft ICE (Image Composite Editor) if the following link doesn't work....it is the best available imho.

Image Composite Editor (64-Bit) - Microsoft Research

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QuoteOriginally posted by Top banana Quote
This was a 9 shot stitch

Excellent, thanks for elaborating--that's a really neat effect for landscapes, especially when it's subtle as in your example. Look forward to seeing more...


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QuoteOriginally posted by Top banana Quote
I have been waiting for a chance to try a 'Brenizer' shot and had a go whilst wandering around forest yesterday - this is a 9 photo stitch

Next time I will try and find a better subject

Very nice!
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