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Subject: Stiching Long FL Tiles for Shallow DOF 1905 Style
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Subject: Stiching Long FL Tiles for Shallow DOF 1905 Style
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2018 14:37:34 +0100
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Shallow DOF can be created with stitching long FL tiles, even with crop 
cameras and thus get the large format look of the early 20th century. 
The latest iteration of this method is called "Brenizer". The trick is 
to keep live picture elements in one or possible two  of the central 
tiles. You need at least two, but nine will give you a more dramatic 
effect. You can use PS Photomerge for stitching.

<https://digital-photography-school.com/5-steps-to-rock-the-brenizer-...
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