Brenizer I

Brenizer I

Today I had my first couple shooting (yey!) and I was early, so I visited the location before they got there. I took that time to take some shots which I wanted to try to stich together to a Brenizer. Fortunately, it turned out better than I thought!

Although the effect is very subtle, it is noticeable and I damn myself for not trying that again with the couple sitting on that bench! Well, anyway, no I know that it works. And I have to say, that look is exactly what I was/am always looking for. Background separation + wide-angle = King! Luckily it is also realizable with very few shots (I think this photo consists of 13 or 14 shots) and I urge you to try it out if you haven’t. There are many examples to be found on the Net where people stitch over 50 or 100 or even 200 shots but that’s really just madness and probably not very practicable when you’re in the middle of a shooting. Unless you can guarantee flawless outcome.