Learning photography is exhaustless.It is truly an admirable addiction for new techniques, ideas and horizons.
At my wedding, a few short months past, our photographer Nate Perkes mentioned a technique he was inculcating: the Brenizer method. New to me, I looked it up...thank you google.
Named after NY photographer, Ryan Brenizer, the Brenizer method also is known as the "bokeh panorama" and was widely populated through his personal blog and portfolio.
Essentially the technique creates a depth of field in panoramas that is otherwise impossible with a normal lens. Things started clicking as I realized I had seen this beautiful technique before- a definite "Aha" moment of awesomeness.
Watch the video for a fuller explanation from Ryan himself:
For more reading and step-by-step visit this article at Photography Life