Wedding Photography-Panorama Montage
Wedding Photography- Panorama
I was second shooting for an Edinburgh wedding photographer at Dundas Castle and suggested we try a panorama montage technique made popular by New York photographer Ryan Brenizer.This method of photography involves taking several images of a scene with bride and groom keeping relatively still and by using a fast lens (50 mm, f1.4 in this case) for a shallow depth of field to make the background soft. I took 31 photos which were then processed and montage together to make one very big photograph, simulating the effect of a large format camera. It was very important to ensure accurate exposure and colour balance, because it would be difficult and time consuming matching each exposure, but not a problem for black and white.
See more of the Brenizer method here
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