Dracula's Castle

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The Brenizer Method is photo style that simulates wide angle photography with shallow depth of field.

The Brenizer Method was first popularized by Ryan Brenizer. He uses very fast glass and shoots sections of the desired scene with a moderate telephoto lens. These are then combined digitally to produce a photo that appears to be taken with a wide angle lens with a shallow depth of field.

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