In September, Kyra and I spent a few days traveling through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Here are some of my favorites!
It’s an unconventional lens for sure (all the Lensbabies are!) but I really enjoy my Lensbaby Circular Fisheye. In my efforts to get out and shoot more, I have decided to choose a lens and focus on that lens for a month. In July, I have been taking my CFE out at least twice a week and have learned a lot about shooting with it!
Here are some recent favorites with this lens:
I took it downtown:
And to the aquarium:
And even on a short trip to California!
I haven’t finished editing the pictures from the California trip, so I may add another post with more of those at some point.
I have learned a lot this month! Would anyone like any tips for shooting with the Lensbaby Circular Fisheye?
And finally, one of my older fisheye images made it into the Lensbaby University video on that lens!
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.
I attended the 2015 Lamaze Conference in Las Vegas. The conference itself was on the Strip, which is not my style. So a friend and I made a dash out to Red Rock Canyon to catch the sunset and some fresh air and open space! It is beautiful out there! Some are with the Lensbaby Velvet 56, some with my 24-70.
We visited both the Islands in the Sky and the Needles Districts of the park, on two separate days. We also visited Dead Horse Point the day we went to Islands in the Sky. All are beautiful and very different. We had quite the rainstorm come through while we were in the Needles district. Any worse and we may have been stuck by washed out roads!