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    "brenizer method" bokeh panorama -- 15 images with the Sigma 85mm f/1.4.

    I had a wonderful time teaching at the Digital Wedding Forum conference in San Antonio, and I got to do some really fun shoots along the way, testing out new gear for B&H Photo. Great weather, even better people. There will be lots of photos with recently released equipment coming up on my blog, with reviews coming along behind.

    bea.cruz, vereiasz, JuanLeonel, and 260 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. timpweb 51 months ago | reply

      beautiful work.

    2. minus9th 51 months ago | reply

      K-Bam! I am SO SORRY to have missed you in San Antonio.

    3. Moyan_Brenn 51 months ago | reply

      like the brown tone and the blurred background

    4. Pixelchik214 [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

      Your work is amazing!!

    5. Dx Photox 51 months ago | reply

      nice one.............really nice one

      I think this is the perfect set up for using this technique with strong lines leading through the subject to a distant vanishing point. To my eye it enhances the focused and unfocused areas and strengthens the picture. I am not sure why I like it so much it maybe that having the subject at the VP adds to the sharp focused subject......Anyway nice pic..........when I get round to doing it properly it is this kind of pic that springs to my mind to use it for

    6. patricklarson.com 51 months ago | reply

      I was thinking how awesome this shot was then realized who took it. She's quite beautiful too.

    7. espressoDOM 50 months ago | reply

      in love with the stylish feel and that light
      *SWOON

    8. PhotoXL 50 months ago | reply

      Brilliant !

    9. Daniel Gray Photography 50 months ago | reply

      Oh this is stunning ;_; Wonderful job!

    10. Needs a hug 50 months ago | reply

      You are the bestest photographer, Ryan! Hugs!

    11. Rebecca Latson Photography [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      This is a stunning photo with a gorgeous model. Makes me think of the 1940's era of glamour.

    12. sebastianstewart 50 months ago | reply

      Hey Ryan I am an avid follower of your blog and you are a constant source of inspiration for me! I was hoping you could give some advice - when I try this method I sometimes get some artifacts that don't line up properly.

      Any advice on posing the subjects? Do you take the 3 or 4 shots that the subject fills, and then quickly do the surrounding? I use Autopano Pro and sometimes things like door jambs or straight lines will get skewed.

      Any advice you have would be great!

    13. Meg Brooke 50 months ago | reply

      Absolutely amazing...

    14. Johannes Jansson [deleted] 45 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful!

    15. nathij 44 months ago | reply

      just jaw dropping.

    16. D Pimborough gone [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      That is such a killer photo!
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      Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )

    17. Haryadi Be 31 months ago | reply

      speechless. . .

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