Under the Gardiner - Canon 5d w/85mm

Another montage shot with a telephoto lens to produce a wide field of view and extreme depth of field. Cick here to see the shots arranged in Photoshop before I blended them together.

I didn't set the exposure to manual for this montage as I normally do. This made blending more difficult but created a wider range of tones to work with.

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  • Kasra

    Hi Miles,
    a huge fan of your work! I read your comments about the previous picture that it was as series of pictures stitched together. did you change your depth of field for each of these pictures. I want to know what your settings were. it'd be great if you can share. thanks

    2010-05-11

  • jelb

    bonsoir,
    A nice effect of depth for a sad scape..bravo!

    2010-05-11

  • Miles

    Kasra, this is also a series of images stitched together, see the original linked above. I set the focus to manual and it didn't change from shot to shot.

    2010-05-12

  • Kasra

    excellent! thank you for your input. look forward to seeing more of your great work.

    2010-05-12

  • sazkove

    nice,second part of project?Great

    2010-05-12

  • lnoyl

    really cool. a lot more photos went into that than I would have guessed;

    2010-05-12

  • Paddy

    By extreme depth of field I gather you really mean extremely shallow depth of field.

    2010-05-13

  • Hayley

    I am in love. This is really great.

    2010-05-14

  • Alex

    Ive tried this myself, and im curious, have you just used the auto align feature on photoshop? It seams like a mammoth task to do without... just how skilled are you?

    2010-08-07