I’ve been reading lately about the Brenizer method (something I’ve apparently been doing already, without knowing that’s what it’s called). Essentially, you take a bunch of photos of a still subject, then stitch them together into one image. The resulting panorama will have the depth-of-field (ie, background blur) of a single photo taken with a much, much wider lens.Continue reading “Brenizer bike”
I don’t recall ever being on ACC’s North Hill campus since, well, since ACC took it over. On my ride today, I decided to stop in and see the sights.
The main building, pictured above, was part of the Brandon Mental Health Centre before the grounds were purchased by the College.
Behind that building I found a lovely little park-like space.
Also back there was a chimney tower so tall it took three photos to capture it all, stitched together using hugin.
I also found a secondary building where a couple small trees appear to have taken root in the brickwork.
I was quite enamoured of the shadows in the one photo, and I can’t decide if I prefer it in colour, or in black and white. What’s your preference?
I biked about 12km this afternoon, and I took my camera along with me. I saw some geese (so many geese) and what I think was a red-winged blackbird.