Greetings, Photoshop and Lightroom followers, on the “Brenizer method”

The official Facebook and Twitter pages for Lightroom and Photoshop, with more than a million followers between them, are discussing the “Brenizer method” of stitching for depth-of-field purposes today. The actual links are a bit twisted around, and it might be hard for people to find their way to my content, but still, there might be some new viewers here today. So hello.

I have plans in order to do a proper video tutorial on this, but my photography clients come first (and I have a lot of them), so I’ve put it off until late fall. But here is my original post on the matter, and you can see a lot more samples here.

In the meantime, here’s an old video laying it out. Sorry for the terrible sound, and my hair at the time:

On the fun side, I’ve often wondered why, with eight million viewers to my photo stream on Flickr and many more on my blog and Facebook, I get so little hate-mail. Exposing this to a million new people today might change that. Greetings! But to head the hate-mail off, no, I didn’t come up with the name. I called it “bokeh panoramas.” I like to think I have more methods left in me.

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daniel - heck yeah, ryan! congrats on the exposure! that’s awesome! i was hooked on your method for a while but had to stop cause i kept saying “ohh, that would be cool using the ‘brenizer method'” and i couldn’t focus on just taking a photo. haha.

looking forward to some of your other methods ;-)
Cheers!

Dennis Pike - holy crap, LOVE the hair, Ryan

elizabeth pellette - ok so how do you stitch all those photos together to get one final image?

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Neuvième mois de Catherine avec le futur papa Sylvain à Vaise (69) | Frédéric Ruaudel Photographie - […] J'ai pu encore m'essayer aux techniques de flash strobist et j'ai aussi enfin réussi un panorama "brenizer" ou "bokeh panorama" (celui avec le lampadaire sur le pont qui est composé de 40 photos prise au 200mm f/2.8) Posted […]

Portrait “Brenizer” en extérieur de Rémi à Chambéry | Frédéric Ruaudel Photographie - […] autour de Chambéry en Savoie en octobre dernier. Il s'agit à nouveau d'une photo faite avec la "méthode Brenizer" ou bokeh panorama et qui consiste à assembler plusieurs photos prises avec une longue focale et une grande ouverture […]

Lovely Justina… » filmWERX Studio - […] and one using the Brenizer Method… […]

Mein erster “Brenizer” | atelierfuchs – blog - […] schöne Beispiele gibt es bei Ryan auf seinem Blog. Dort zeigt er auch in einem Video, wie er die Methode verwendet.  Leider ist der Ton etwas schlecht, aber man versteht trotzdem was […]

Erste Versuche mit der Brenizer-Methode » Björn Lexius Photography - […] mehr darüber lesen möchte, dem seien folgende Links nah gelegt… Brenizer Method #1 und Brenizer Method #2. Stichworte: brenizer, cats, heiligengeistfeld, porträt bokeh, […]

Photobooth Friday::Everything’s Just Dandy(lion)! | freeplaylife.com - […] area in the shot so I could crop the picture into a square. This was a perfect time to try the Brenzier Method which is what the man Brenzier calls “Bokeh Panorama”. Basically, it allows you to […]

Celebrity Strobist Portrait of Ron Paul - […] I’d used the brenizer method on all my previous portraits, and wanted to try a different and quicker technique for a change. For […]

intaG - Thank you for tips and advice. Can not wait to try at my next portrait session. Interesting idea and great outcome. Thanks again!