Happy Bike-O-Rama Wednesday (20 images stitched)

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    HBW...

    Little M's ride...

    The Brenizer Method, also refereed to as bokehrama...

    It's not like an HDR just overlaying the same image with different exposure on top of each other ... in this case, it;s 81 different images stitched together, to create one large image...

    "Basically, it is just a panorama of images. Not your standard wide angle panorama, but a compilation of close up images of your subject to give you one larger image. Whats neat about it is you keep the depth of field and compression of the smaller image, with the field of view of the panorama. "

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    Richmond Hill Ontario

    Ian Muttoo, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. DavidSoanes 57 months ago | reply

      wow, very interesting! nice shot

    2. Fabiela 57 months ago | reply

      Truly incredible - 20 images!!!!?
      Can't you just take the same shot with just one shot? :P

    3. Jennifer O'Sullivan Photography 57 months ago | reply

      very nice and very creative !

    4. Sof1a 57 months ago | reply

      Beauti-ful!

    5. jeanne! 57 months ago | reply

      It's a very cool thing. Love the softness :)

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    6. Viviane Laubé 57 months ago | reply

      I liked it ;D
      Very good!

    7. MissyV110 57 months ago | reply

      wow, this is really cool.
      Happy Canada Day, eh?

    8. Nikongirl1 57 months ago | reply

      can I call you the king of stitch? job well done this shows that you are dedicated to your work

    9. Kat Davis © 57 months ago | reply

      Way too much work for me but I appreciate you doing it!

    10. Cat Johnson 57 months ago | reply

      wicked cool!!!

    11. *molko* 57 months ago | reply

      this looks so cool :)
      good job Woo :)

    12. Mark L Edwards 57 months ago | reply

      Interesting image very inventive
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    13. sniderscion 57 months ago | reply

      I like how it has a bit of a tilt shift look but also has that hyper-real HDR feeling.

      I've done a little work on the shots which I was coincidentally working on with the same general idea but I suspect you have a somewhat faster processor than my comp as it wasn't very happy crunching 16 images together; it took quite a long time to merge them. I think I'll read up on the technique instead of groping through experimentally.

    14. sniderscion 57 months ago | reply

      BTW there's a Flickr group devoted to this (who knew?):
      www.flickr.com/groups/brenizermethod/

    15. AshtonPal 57 months ago | reply

      Nice job. I'll have to read up more about this.

    16. Lanamaniac 57 months ago | reply

      perfect summer shot!
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    17. Lizzie's Libation 57 months ago | reply

      Ah ha! Very cool. :)

    18. Roberto Gardella [deleted] 57 months ago | reply

      I'm speechless my friend!!

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    19. ecphotographic 56 months ago | reply

      i'm totally going to do one with my bike now....
      this is great!

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