Recently I learned about this new photography technique called The Brenizer Method. Ryan Brenizer, a wedding photographer, invented the method on his honeymoon and it was later called “The Brenizer Method.” The technique is very similar to how you take panoramic photos. You need to have a DSLR camera with a telephoto lens and it mimics as if it was taken by a wider angle angle lens. This it turns my full frame camera into a medium format camera which costs 10x more than mine costs.
Below is the main photo of J’Tavion (my little bro) that was taking with my camera.
I then took around 65 photos all around him while keeping the focus point on his eyes. Photoshop was then used to stich and mask all of the photos together. Below are the cropped final photos. Full size they have the resolution of a 72 MP camera (awesome). There is a portait and landscape crop….I couldn’t decide which one I like the best.