While I was in my hometown last week for a funeral, I took the opportunity the pleasant (-10c and no wind ) weather afforded me to take some pictures of our beautiful old rural Ukrainian churches and fresh snowfall.
This is sort of a version of the Brenizer Method, but my main focus (no pun) wasn't to get a shallow DOF, but rather just a very wide angle and great detail (because of trees everywhere and only 24mm as widest lens focal length this was not possible with a single shot).
So here we have 107 shots taken handheld, and stitched to make a single 100 MP photo (after cropping the finished product is about 35 MP). I started from top left, worked over to far right, moved down about half way from previous row, then worked back, then down etc.
I toned it to give a bit of an HDR look, but tried not to overdo it.
This being my first time using such a method, it was really just a test, but it worked slightly better than I expected, so I plan to do this more often. Shot with 1DMkIII, 24-70L, F4, 1/500s, Cloudy WB.
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