Isolated Love

RKB 8413 45 images pano

This is just about as extreme a “Brenizer method” pano as I’ll probably ever do, using sixty-two frames from the exotic 200mm f/2 to bring a three-dimensional feel to a nice day in Central Park. Lauren is part of the great wedding planning team at Private Receptions, so I figured I’d swing for the bleachers. More from this session coming soon, as well as a full review of the 200mm. According to Brett’s calculator, this ended up functioning like it was taken with a 60mm f/0.6 lens. The original is 150 megapixels, and you can count their eyelashes.

Lens: 62-frame “Brenizer method” panorama with 200mm f/2G VRII
Camera: Nikon D3

Sam Hurd - waaaait a second. 62 frames? you are a mad man.

brett maxwell - Wow, I’m just sitting here trying to think how to actually display that at full resolution. I’m thinking a fine-art inkjet print around 30×40 at ~500dpi.

Kellee - 62?? My goodness. Does the job though doesn’t it, looks great!

Dennis Pike - That’s crazy. Did you have a team of assistants to help you move that behemoth lens around?

David Aragon - I love your wedding shots but these is IMPRESSIVE great work with the “Brenizer method” ;)

Nathan Abplanalp - This is just incredible Ryan. I love the depth.

Joe Dantone - Oh my! Always pushing the limit huh?! haha I think my computer would have fried itself if I tried to do this with 62 frames…

Joshua Gull - This is crazy, in such a good way. I’m surprised your computer didn’t blow up trying to process that many high res files together.

Ryan Smith - That is just amazing. I’m going to have to try and perfect your technique one of these days.

Raychel Wade Blog - They are perfect couple!

n3v3rv0id - Absolutely stunning! Great shot!