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  1. I was looking through a photog magazine and came across a photo which immediately caught my eye due to such a DOF and the photo was wide angle. In the remarks it was identified the photo was made using the "Brenizer Method" so i followed the link to get more information. see https://photographylife.com/advanced-photography-techniques-brenizer-method-panorama for details. In a nutshell he uses a long portrait lens at widest aperture and makes a stitched image using several photo in photoshop. Apparently this produces a photo inherently close to a medium format look with lots of details. Now, If say you wanted a similar effect but without all the photo shop work, can the Leica 21mm Summilux-M @f/1.4 produce a similar photo ? There are plenty of photos on net where the individual was shooting an object at f/1.4 and the isolation from that lens is fairly spectacular. My question then is how much diff is there between the Brenizer method and the 21 lux. I dont have a 21 lux to compare but I was going to try with a 35mm lux later today to see what I get. Thx MJ
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    Kloster Bursfelde II

    Leica M9, SE 21mm, aus 5 vertikalen Aufnahmen gestitcht
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    Kloster Bursfelde

    Leica M9, SE 21mm, Stitching aus 5 vertikalen Aufnahmen
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    Burg Querfurt

    Leica M8 Elmarit, 28mm 11 Einzelaufnahmen in Photoshop gestitcht.
  5. I was not sure wether to start this thread in the Post Proc section, but since this was shot exclusively on the Leica X1 I decided to start this here. For an upcoming job I was testing a few lenses and Tripod callibrations on my Nikon D3x. Having shot panoramas before, I am well aware of the pitfalls of some of the newer lenses or the crazy sunex optics. Mostly I resort to shoot panoramas with very simple 35 mm primes, so as the X1 is a rather new adition to my kit, I thought : why not mount this little machine on the Manfrotto nodal head in an attempt to shoot a Panorama with this nifty little gadget. The following Panorama Test : " Shadows of the Attic" was an experiment to see how stitchable the images would be the Leica X1 delivered as I carry this camera around as 35 mm backup as well. The Image was assembled from 14 angles shot horizontally in one row ( ISO 400, 8Sec, F16, Each one Bracketed +-3 EV ), captured at 15° intervals which would roughly give me a third horizontal overlap for the shots. Apart from the very good image quality of the single shots, I was amazed how well the Images from the X1 were processed by various stitching softwares. I mainly use Autodesk Stitcher, but on this occasion also took a leap of faith and attempted an automatic photomerger in CS5. Initially the results seemed to be rather impressive, without much tweaking. However, on closer inspection I discovered a few problematic areas that arent visible on first sight. Question now: Has anyone ever tried panoramas on the X1, and have u come across any significant problems ? to see a higher resolution image of this experiment, please see this lightbox version on my flickr.
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