Like many others, I have been a great fan of Ryan Brenizer since a long time. Though I have never tried the Brenizer method of panaromic portraits in my professional photography assignments, I still have a lot of fun experimenting with techniques like this.
This morning however, while reading feeds, I was awestruck by this amazing image from him:
So awestruck, that I'm writing this question right from my iPad. I took the screenshot from the flipboard article and cropped it to get the image.
I searched quite a lot but didn't find any in-depth article or tutorial covering taking portraits using a tilt shift lens. Assuming that I'm right that this has been taken with a tilt-shift, my question is more like a curiosity. Mainly two:
- Has anyone done or tried similar kind of thing? If yes, I would love to hear the story and the science behind.
- Apart from the lens, is it possible to achieve this in post processing?