Some use the term the 'Brenzier method' after the guy who has made it popular recently, or 'bokehrama' or perhaps more accurately a series of stitched photos designed to emulate the shallow depth of field achieved by large sensored cameras (but that's not quite as catchy). Thought I would give it a shot with my new Supertakumar 85mm 1.8 on my Fuji X-E1, which should work better than my last try of a 50mm 1.8 on M43. Stitched with 6-9 shots using Microsoft ICE. But enough preamble: Unfortunately, being closer up seems to have resulted in some leaning distortion. Oh well! Anyone else play around this technique?