Journal

Through The Lensbaby | January 2016

All images were taken with Lensbaby Composer PROII with Pinhole/Zone Plate optic

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Through The Lensbaby | November 2015

 

“I need you to understand that hate is heavy so put it down. No, burn it down, burn it all down and leave regret beneath its ashes. So when the fire in your heart sparks, everything you will do will burn bright and hot. The world will never cease to ignore the stars in you.”

~Robert M. Drake

Lensbaby Composer PRO II with   Sweet 35

Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure |   Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure |   Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure |   Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure |  Lensbaby Composer PRO II with    Sweet 35

In Camera Double Exposure | Lensbaby Composer PRO II with Sweet 35

Lensbaby Mobile    LM-10

Lensbaby Mobile  LM-10

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Velvety Rose

New Lensbaby Velvet 56 Is Here!!!!!  I was so excited to finally be able to share images I took while beta testing  The New Classic Portrait Lensbaby Velvet 56 with  Macro Capability .. I fell in love with the velvety film-like look.  The ethereal look is amazing at wider apertures to create unique vintage glowing portraits, when you Stop down it is very sharp with a smooth finish. I can't wait to continue sharing more images using the velvet 56, it is unlike anything I have ever used.

Images were taken from f1.6 to f4 

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