Brenizer-method panoramas plus the D800 equals a really great way to test your computer system. The full-res shot of this image weighs in at 211 megapixels. There’s less than three weeks remaining to get in your entries for the contest, so get out and shoot!
As an interesting look at how using lighting can change the mood of a shoot, keep in mind that this was taken only a few minutes and 500 feet away from this shot, both outdoors in the same light. Variety is key.
Camera: Camera: Nikon D800
Lens: 33-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 85mm f/1.4G (equivalent of 36mm f/0.44 according to Brett’s calculator)
It’s a wedding, have some fun. I certainly have been.
The top one reminds me of something crossing my mind recently. Somewhere around now I’ve crossed the threshold of shooting my 250th wedding. It’s been interesting to see what aspects of growth are in photography, and what are specifically wedding expertise, whether it’s the comfort of a wedding feeling like your natural habitat or just having learned every lesson the hard way. I once was on a bumpy trolly ride with a bride and groom when the bride had someone pour her a Solo cup of Coca-Cola.
“Hey, how about I take that and give you this Sprite?” I said, aping my best David Tutera.
Two minutes later, a big bump in the road, and there was Sprite on the dress. No biggie. Coca-Cola? Probably a biggie.
So when Chika wanted an ice cream, my first thought was “OK, let’s have some fun.” My second thought was, “That’s a Vera Wang. You get the coconut.”
Of course, the lower shot was taken in Mexico, where all bets were off.
You’ll see. Oh, you’ll see.
Lens: Nikon 85mm f/1.4G and Nikon 24mm f/1.4G
Camera: Nikon D800
I’ve got lots of experience with this thing now and I’m ready to review it … but the only problem is that means I have to stop shooting with it.
There’s something about a 36MP camera that makes you want to take photos that look best in ginormous print sizes.
Lens: Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6
Camera: Nikon D800