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How to Shoot an ‘Impossible' 1400MP 14mm f/0.2 Portrait

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Want to shoot an “impossible” f/0.2 portrait? Here's a 3.5-minute video in which photographer Tony Northrup demonstrates the Brenizer Method, which effectively turns a telephoto lens into an ultra-fast wide-angle lens.
The Brenizer Method, popularized in the modern day by photographer Ryan Brenizer , is simply a stitched panorama in which a portrait subject is featured in the frame.
Using a Nikon 105mm f/1.4E lens and shooting in portrait orientation, Northrup photographed both his model and the entire surroundings around by panning his camera around in small shifts.
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