Took my Lensbaby Twist to the Living Planet Aquarium near my house for some practice shooting. Turns out that my recent change in eyeglasses is making it really hard to manual focus, and add in fast moving animals and it was quite the challenge! I’m honestly amazed I got as many keepers as I did!
We’ve had plenty of April showers – and there are lots of flowers and blossoms to show for it! I spent some time shooting with my Lensbaby Velvet 56 at a local garden. The wisteria was blooming, and that’s among my favorite things to shoot! The smell, the color, the clumps of blooms hanging down – all beautiful!
Please follow the circle around to Jen Bantle!
I spent much of March sick and struggling with discouragement. It’s only in the last few days I’ve had any energy at all, and even then it was just a half hour for some local shooting. As I’m starting to return to the world of productivity, so are the trees in my yard. Enjoy my photos and then go check out what Janet Douglas has been doing with her LensBaby!
I just returned from a great trip to Yellowstone with my oldest daughter. There will be many more photos from the trip, I’m sure, but today I’m featuring some of my Lensbaby work from the trip. I took with me the Composer Pro II and the Edge 50. Sometimes playing with flare, sometimes macro, sometimes a miniature effect. All very fun!
After you’ve looked and enjoyed, please follow the circle around to Janet Douglas.
Not in the “cold hearted” sense, but in the “I nearly froze my toes while shooting those” sense. Enjoyed the cold afternoon at Liberty Park with my Lensbaby Edge 50 and Velvet 56! After seeing my photos, check out Jennifer Bantle’s work here!
Happy New Year!
I love shooting with my Lensbaby, and once a month several of my photographer friends and I share what we’ve been working on. I took a few minutes in single digit temps (and we’re talking Fahrenheit, so well below freezing!) shooting some lovely icicles at sunset. I love the slice of focus and flare that I can get with the Edge 50!
Enjoy these images, then follow the circle around to Janet Douglas to see her lovely work!
It’s October, and fall is upon us here in Utah. Last week I took a day and drove up to the McPolin Farm in Park City to shoot the white barn. This barn was built in 1908 from lumber recycled from mining in the area, and was constructed *without* the use of nails – the timbers were just fitted tightly together! Still standing 100+ years later.
This month I took all my Lensbabies (except the Sweet 35 I left at home…) and tried to take as many different shots of the barn as I could with them. It was even more of a challenge because there were work crews I tried to keep out of the images!