All images by Anthony Chang. Used with permission.
“There is one thing I like to do in particular with my photographs. I absolutely love the panoramic format, and by that I mean a wide crop. For a fair bit of my photos I do use what is often referred to as The Brenizer Method, or bokehrama as its also known as,” says photographer Anthony Chang about his panoramic portraits. “I take a photo of my subject then proceed to pan the camera all around the subject in order to capture the rest of the environment. Which in turn makes the photo look like it was shot with an unrealistically fast wide angle lens.” Essentially, he really loves bokeh.
But more than that, Anthony is quite skilled in creating scenes that actually can captivate someone.