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LENSBABY AT THE PLAYGROUND

LENSBABY AT THE PLAYGROUND

I’m experiencing a huge learning curve with the Lensbaby. I can see so much opportunity and I’m excited for what I can eventually create with my photography. I’m just struggling at the moment, knowing I just need to practice, practice and then practice some more.

I may regret sharing my first few images here, as I’d like them to be better. Maybe/hopefully I will look back at these, as I start to master it, and realise how far I’ve come.

6 Comments
  • kristin
    Posted at 06:19h, 03 October Reply

    wow.

  • Sally
    Posted at 23:41h, 24 September Reply

    No idea what lensbaby is but the photo’s look great xxx

  • keli_h
    Posted at 02:25h, 24 September Reply

    okay, between you and kristin, i’m losing my mind with jealousy over here. these are so beautiful, x.

  • pen
    Posted at 23:17h, 23 September Reply

    Now you’ve really made me want a lensbaby!
    Dear Santa…

  • Kyla Gunter
    Posted at 22:40h, 23 September Reply

    This really interests me as I get to pick up my new Lensbaby Muse from the camera shop tomorrow (been on order a few weeks). I’ve bought the aperture kit too as I fancy trying out some shaped bokeh in my shots.

    I think the shot with the swing works best here – it creates the feeling of movement within the shot without having the image blurred from actual movement.

  • melissa deakin
    Posted at 22:34h, 23 September Reply

    these are fabulous, xanthe!
    i have had my Lensbaby for several months now and am far from mastering it…it is not easy, but the effect is so cool.
    i always love to see what you have been up to; you are inspiration to me!

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