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Mar 19, 2013 11:44 |  #781

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so here is my first attempt. i had issues with clouds moving in and out f the sun during the shots and later when combining the images in PS my sons face was slightly distorted. its tougher than i thought but i will keep trying to improve. do i atleast have the idea? this image was made with 6 images from my 70-200 f4 @ around 200mm
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Looks like you're off to a great start man. One suggestion would be to have more background/foreground included which helps emphasize the seperation. If the shot's too tight you lose that focal distortion that helps make the subject "pop".

ETA: Although, given the fact I initially thought the white bits bottom middle of the stump was a stuffed dog you could say I have no idea what I'm talking about....


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Mar 19, 2013 12:08 |  #782

BigLobowski wrote in post #15732150 (external link)
Looks like you're off to a great start man. One suggestion would be to have more background/foreground included which helps emphasize the seperation. If the shot's too tight you lose that focal distortion that helps make the subject "pop".

ETA: Although, given the fact I initially thought the white bits bottom middle of the stump was a stuffed dog you could say I have no idea what I'm talking about....

lol so funny. now that i look at it i can see why you thought it was a stuffed dog :D
thanks for the advice. i will try again


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Mar 19, 2013 12:12 |  #783

boerewors wrote in post #15732231 (external link)
lol so funny. now that i look at it i can see why you thought it was a stuffed dog :D

It looks more like a sheep to me ^_^

But yea, the wider you shoot, the more Brenizery it'll look. If you shoot shoot, it'll just look like you used a telephoto.


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Mar 20, 2013 03:20 |  #784

As far as I understand the wider lenses are no-no in this method, and the most useful lenses are long and fast.

I don't have any fast optics, but can I do something with these:
Canon 10-22 F3.5-4.5
Sigma 18-250 F3.5-6.3

The first one is probably not a good choice because of its large DOF.
The second one gives nice bokeh when shooting near objects in the long end. Can I do something with it or 250mm (especially on crop) is too much for Brenizer?


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Mar 20, 2013 07:37 |  #785

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As far as I understand the wider lenses are no-no in this method, and the most useful lenses are long and fast.

I don't have any fast optics, but can I do something with these:
Canon 10-22 F3.5-4.5
Sigma 18-250 F3.5-6.3

The first one is probably not a good choice because of its large DOF.
The second one gives nice bokeh when shooting near objects in the long end. Can I do something with it or 250mm (especially on crop) is too much for Brenizer?

You should be able to take the Sigma and shoot at f/6.3 @ 250mm and have this effect. The more frames you take, the better the effect so shoot close.


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Mar 20, 2013 07:39 |  #786

ivanatora; the longer the focal length, the more photos you will need to stitch together in order to frame the overall photo how you want. It can be done with at 250mm, but you'll need to take a lot of pictures.


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Mar 20, 2013 20:03 |  #787

Much ado about not very much.




  
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Mar 22, 2013 21:48 |  #788

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Mar 24, 2013 12:00 |  #789

My first try
5D3, 12 pictures @ 135mm w 70-200 f4 IS

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Mar 24, 2013 14:53 |  #790

kaptnkain I really like that one.


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Mar 25, 2013 07:57 |  #791

Why not shoot at 200mm, eman?


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Mar 26, 2013 12:43 |  #792

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Mar 28, 2013 19:31 |  #793

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Mar 29, 2013 04:00 |  #794

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wow! I need to learn from this. What camera, lens and how many shots? it has that minature look. Very well done!


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Mar 29, 2013 09:40 |  #795

Thanks! I used a 7D and a 200 f2.8L. I'm not sure how many shots it was though. My guess would be around 15?


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