Apr 05, 2012

Secrets to An Amazing Bokeh Panorama

The Brenizer Method

See the best way to create a square image with no Cropping. Panoramas are multiple images stitched together to simulate a wide Angle of view and shallow Depth of field, giving a completely different look to your photos. We shot this with the 50mm lens, its a great one to use.

The most common issues after putting the image together is lens distortion and empty sections, here I’ll show you how to fix those and even paint in a Texture from scratch.

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