Brenizer Method

The Brenizer method or the Bokeh panorama as it is alternatively known is a panoramic technique focusing on the depth of field. A portrait lens like an 85mm f/1.2 produces stunning depth of field, especially wide open. But in doing so you minimise the surroundings,...
Craig and Chloe

Craig and Chloe

Craig and Chloe tied the knot at The Pheasant in Harome, on what was a beautiful sunny day in North Yorkshire. You can find out more about weddings at The Pheasant here. The wedding was beautifully understated and had a wonderfully relaxed feel, from the early...
Phil_and_Sarah

Phil_and_Sarah

This blog’s going to be a long one! It’s a full wedding! I was lucky enough to 2nd shoot for Phil and Sarah’s wedding on a rather wet Saturday in Leeds. The wedding was at Leeds Town Hall, unfortunately covered in ugly signs. The reception was at the...
Bokeh Panorama

Bokeh Panorama

Above is the final image. And now I’m going to explain how I got it.       What’s the difference between this tree, And this tree? The settings are exactly the same: 1/8000th ISO200 f/1.4   The second image is a panorama stitched...
Medium Format Roll

Medium Format Roll

Here it is, my first roll of medium format!!! All taken on the Hasselblad 500c/m, which is a completely manual camera. That means that I had to use a meter to get the correct exposure, and I had to manually focus (which is possibly the trickiest bit, even using zone...