Danielle Ness wrote this fantastic step-by-step guide on Digital Photography School explaining how to shoot the Brenizer Method.
For those of you that aren’t familiar with the Brenizer Method, allow me to explain: As you may know, wide-angle lenses have quite a bit of depth of field. The wider the lens, the more depth of field at all apertures, and because of that, it can be impossible to shoot a wide image with a shallow depth of field. The Brenizer Method allows you to shoot wide with a more shallow depth of field. You do this by shooting multiple images with a longer focal length lens using a wide aperture that you then stitch together in post-production. It’s a little bit of work but it can often result in a unique image. Danielle, in her article, gives all the information you need to add this technique to your arsenal.
Check out Danielle Ness’s article on Digital Photography School by CLICKING HERE.