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07-17-2018, 05:34 PM   #166
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QuoteOriginally posted by CharLac Quote
That looks so much like the backyard of my house in the country years ago!!!


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08-14-2018, 03:12 AM   #168
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This is the only Brenizer shot I've done with the Fujinon 35mm f/1.4, and really only because I wanted the field of view and couldn't get it through the fence with that lens. Taken at f/1.4 of course, though given how sunny it was I really should have stopped down a little or even better, used an ND filter.


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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
This is the only Brenizer shot I've done with the Fujinon 35mm f/1.4, and really only because I wanted the field of view and couldn't get it through the fence with that lens. Taken at f/1.4 of course, though given how sunny it was I really should have stopped down a little or even better, used an ND filter.


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Nice, what's that lens like? I've not heard of it before. Is it FF compatible?

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Not drastic brenzier but a 4-5 shot panorama panning down that I took today with the Sammy 85/1.4;


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Nice, what's that lens like? I've not heard of it before. Is it FF compatible?

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Not drastic brenzier but a 4-5 shot panorama panning down that I took today with the Sammy 85/1.4;
This is the original standard prime released for the Fujifilm X system a few years ago. It's not FF compatible (none of the Fuji X lenses are) and I use it on the X-M1. It's a truly wonderful lens, on a par with the DA 35mm limited on Pentax.
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Haven't done a brenizer in a while, first one taken with the FA77;

FA77 Brenzier Method (small, only 6-8 frames or so).
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A good 70 odd shots in this one;
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A good 70 odd shots in this one;
Do you combine all 70 at once or do you combine "strips" and then combine the strips?

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Do you combine all 70 at once or do you combine "strips" and then combine the strips?
All 70 at once via Image Composite Editor.
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21 shots with M150/3.5 & K5:

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Okay.

Let me get this sorted. In my head. I am quite a regular visitor of these forums, albeit in the background for longer periods. However, there is hardly a day since I joined 11 years ago I did not visit it. And this is the first time I notice this thread! What went wrong?????????????????

Great shots here, impressive!
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The American.

Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA77 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera right.



The Technician.

Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera right.



Peace.

Well what else can it mean when a Soviet stands with a German.
Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera right.



The Spy.

Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera right.
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Lady Ironfest

Another mild Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera left.


Queen of Hearts

Another mild Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera left.


Merida

Another mild Brenizer studio flash shot, 3 shots stitched together with the FA43 to give added depth and medium format feel.
Single ocf speedlight, 120cm octagon camera left.
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My first successful Brenizer composite, taken last night in the cold. It's nothing special as a photo but I'm happy to have (mostly) figured out the process now after a couple of false starts.


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