Grave Yard Bokeh Panorama

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Grave Yard Bokeh Panorama

Postby jkstacey » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:51 pm

After reading this post by Anasahmad 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" by jkstacey, on Flickr
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