Flower Photos Using a Lensbaby Composer Plastic Optic


Image created with a Lensbaby selective focus ...

Image created with a Lensbaby selective focus lens. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Lensbaby Composer with its aperture d...

English: Lensbaby Composer with its aperture discs. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I purchased the Lensbaby Composer with 4 Optics, Macro Extension Tubes, Macro Filters, Creative Aperture Discs, and the Wide-Angle and Telephoto attachments. Lensbabies are becoming popular quickly due to the creative options and interchangeability of the parts to create new effects. There are three main types, “Composer”,”Muse”,”Control Freak”, and since I purchased my gear there have been productions of new types of lenses. The basic effect of a Lensbaby is a bokeh effect controlled by the aperture discs that is like spreading out and blurring the edges of the image. The “sweet spot,” or point of focus, can also be moved to different places when creating the image.

Click Here to View My Flickr Album of All Lensbaby Photos from 2011 to Present!

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