Back and Blue

Really enjoyed this current series. Including a subect within a landscape, what I have always considered the main subject, without losing the connectivity a viewer feels to either, was a lot of fun. The majority of the images are available in extremely high resolution due to using a method which involves shooting many exposures and stitching them together to create a large image which is impossible to capture with a single exposure. This one in particular was captured with 52 images.

Shooting with a 50mm lens stopped down to f2 opens up a very selective world of focus, controlling what you want a viewer to focus on. It is very hard to accomplish this when trying to capture a wide field of view in a landscape. By stitching together these exposures we keep that shallow selective feel but gain the field of view of some of the widest of lenses. The resulting image pulls the viewer deeper towards the actual image. Step in.

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