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After reading this post by Anasahmad http://www.cameralabs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=27187
I thought I'd give the "Brenizer Method" or "Bokeh Panorama" a go, It's pretty easy to do but I'd like some thoughts on the result as i'm not sure i like it or not..
27 photos's stitched together in CS5 shot at 35mm f1.8 DX so I guess thats' 50mm real world, I have no idea how to calculate the equivalent focal length and aperture after it's stitched together but it was one big image!
What ya think?
Nant Ddu Cemetery "Bokeh Panorama"
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