Coming soon: Chika and Andrew

Gorgeous day at the Bryant Park Grill. As another example of how staggeringly massive and detailed photos are when you combine the D800 with the Brenizer method, here is a 100 percent crop:

Camera: Camera: Nikon D800
Lens: 52-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Nikon 85mm f/1.4G (equivalent of 28mm f/0.45 according to Brett’s calculator)

brett maxwell - it’s ironic that you’ve got a shot well over 100mp, and yet 90% of the frame is out of focus. most detailed bokeh ever!

Ryan Brenizer - I like my bokeh nice and detailed. This photo is 364 MP.

Gary McFarland - That’s astonishing.

Kristopher Gerner - Is that the Dynamic Range of the D800, or is that photography at it’s finest?

Louis Christodoulou - Stunning as always, capable gear only shows its worth in capable hands!

Le canu Mickael - Grandiose, c’est incroyable d’avoir autant de détail. Je suis toujours stupéfait par la qualité de tes photos, tu est un example pour beaucoup d’entre nous .

Andrew Keane - WOW

Mark Dickinson - I know you hate th compression on fb, but what is your base export? 2048x or are you exporting a smaller res and file size to avoid their compression? I’m still trying to fine tune it but every shot seems a little differently shot so not comparing apples2a

Jason - Nice buddy! *Beautifully* framed photo, great use of light. Love this shot.

Natalie Champa Jennings - Lovely shot. Thanks for the inspiration!

Jon - WOW…. such an awesome effect. I’ll be trying my first one this weekend!

Ronald Romances Johnson - Love love love this! There is such perfection in this photo that this looks like a mini scene of a cake and they are the cake topper! Nice work Ryan; as always!

Scott Nicolas - Awesome frame, and great detail!

Owen Robert Cherry - Wonderful, as always! Funny enough though, this is the first of your bokeh panos where I find the background distracting (ie. the people on the beach and especially the red blob). Have you considered removing any of this?

Krista Cleary Yagci - D A N G.