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Show us your "Brenizer Method" shots!

 
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Aug 04, 2014 15:19 |  #1276

Cool. Too bad that piece got bit by the photo merge. Or was it just a position issue?


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Aug 04, 2014 15:21 |  #1277

waterrockets wrote in post #17075999 (external link)
Cool. Too bad that piece got bit by the photo merge. Or was it just a position issue?

Yeah I wasn't completely square on with it. Had to pose the couple and when I went back I THOUGHT I was squared up but wasn't.


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Aug 04, 2014 15:24 |  #1278

Wow, that's pretty cool, I found it on Street View (not quite positioned right, but you can see it)

https://www.google.com …Ge0Cjry4SHfeUkO​FjuUMg!2e0 (external link)


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Aug 04, 2014 16:51 |  #1279

Been on a whirlwind trip around Europe with the family (yes, all 13 of us :) ). At any rate, here's one of our stops at St Peter's Cathedral in Trier, Germany.

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Aug 05, 2014 03:44 |  #1280

waterrockets wrote in post #17076009 (external link)
Wow, that's pretty cool, I found it on Street View (not quite positioned right, but you can see it)

https://www.google.com …Ge0Cjry4SHfeUkO​FjuUMg!2e0 (external link)

Thanks for finding that!


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Aug 05, 2014 20:59 |  #1281

Martin Dixon wrote in post #17059108 (external link)
Nice!

Tricky doing paving - the glitch on the right draws the eye a little.

RedCatPhoto wrote in post #17058899 (external link)
Very well executed Josh! :)

Thanks guys.

Here's a recent one from our family trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Lovely town.

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Aug 06, 2014 12:25 |  #1282

Here's my first attempt at using this with people and only the 2nd attempt ever (first was a mail box)

85mm f1.8 cropped down to around 13 or 14 images.

Quality is just a screen grab from my blog, since I'm on a different PC.

I just did a 103 image one of a couple infront of a chapel, we'll see if the PC can handle stitching them together.


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Aug 06, 2014 17:30 |  #1283

Looks good Jim. Sometimes, having the couple stand a little back will give you additional points of interest / depth objects, as the stair / pier will have more layers of in and out of focus areas.

When you stitch 103 images or so, just UN click the blend images together to improve rendering times, and figure out whether or not it will auto blend and arrange.




  
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Aug 07, 2014 03:21 |  #1284

Josh Young wrote in post #17078848 (external link)
Thanks guys.

Here's a recent one from our family trip to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Lovely town.

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Aug 08, 2014 04:48 |  #1285

Josh Young wrote in post #16961647 (external link)
56 shot Brenizer with Tamron 70-200VC at 113 and 2.8. I had to use the smaller aperture because I was strobing it with the Cheetah CL360 on a photek softlighter

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Beautiful capture Josh!! I can't wait to try this with my 2 ladies! Thanks for sharing your photos and knowledge!


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Aug 08, 2014 20:23 |  #1286

Thanks guys :)




  
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Aug 12, 2014 19:06 |  #1287

Hello everyone, so happy that i found this thread. I'm a big fan of Brenizer's style. Here are my contributions. I'm a noob at photography, so please advice me.

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Aug 13, 2014 02:08 as a reply to  @ InCip's post |  #1288

Nice work InCip.

The 1st is a great use of the method.

The last is doesn't seem so brenizer -how many shots used? But I really like it!


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Aug 13, 2014 10:45 |  #1289

Thanks, Martin. I cropped the last one so tight bcuz i wanted to see more of her face. Here is the original ,

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Aug 13, 2014 20:28 |  #1290

^^^ Great job, and love her spunk and attitude :).

I do find that I need to think about composition a bit more if I want to do a more Brenizer shot. In general, repeating element (like what you had, a bridge, a column of trees, etc..), it really needs to be tight around the subject so that it's captured at the same focal plane. Otherwise, you'll be forced to crop wide, or not have enough of the background go in / out of focus to give it the 3D punch.




  
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