Thursday, May 17, 2012
...big and small. The small is the photo of the tiny bloom. It's about 3/16" in diameter. There's also a bug in the bloom that's way smaller than the head of a pin.
The big is the photo of my daughter. I was experimenting with a photographic technique called the Brenizer Method. Click to check it out, he can explian it better than I can. It's actually 16 photos stitched together with panorama software to make it have the look it does. Ryan Brenizer calls it a "bokehrama". This is the third time I've tried it. It will take me some practice to get it down pat.
For any photo geeks that might be reading, I shot it with a 90mm f/2.8 lens at f/2.8 on a Canon 5D Mark ll. The final image size was 119.46 mega pixels (11793 pixels wide and 10130 pixels tall)
The other photo is just some leaves that I thought looked cool.