As you probably know by now I've really been heavily experimenting with bokeh panoramas. If you're still unfamiliar, it's where you get close to your subject and take several smaller close-up frames of and around your subject, then assemble them later into a panorama. Now you traditionally probably think of a panorama as being just one image right after another left to right... but these go both up-down and left-right. When you're close to your subject, it throws the background more out of focus (the blur is called bokeh) than when you stand back and get the whole scene in one shot. Therefore this effect gives an exaggerated small depth of field that usually cannot be achieved with any lens (at the least any affordable lens), and can give a very toy/diorama look.
Now most of the examples you've seen have had anywhere from 40-80 images in each one, but it doesn't always have to be that complicated. This one was taken with just eight frames from the 85mm f/1.4:
Th depth of field of this shot could be taken in one shot, but you'd probably have to use a 400mm f/2.8 lens, spend $9000 to buy it, stand way too far away from your subject, lift weights to carry it around, and even still, the compression would be so strong that you'd loose the 3D look this image still provides.