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    Default New shots with my Lensbaby! (It's been a while!)

    Hey all...yes, it's been a while, but I've been busy learning a lot on my Lensbaby. Flowers are such cooperative subjects! Here's a few of my more recent pics.

    Let me know what you think!
    ~ Kristie ~










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    keep 'em comin'!

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    Gotta love the Lensbaby! Takes lots of practice and you are off to a good start. Here is one shot with the LB ...

    http://www.pbase.com/tull777

    http://www.eddiefisherphoto.com/


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    Tull...
    As soon as I saw the birdhouse shot on the other thread, I wondered if it was taken with a Lensbaby. Great pic!

    I really enjoying it...with my limited photography knowledge, it's been a learning experience for sure. I'm still stuck in the thinking of lower aperture numbers = bigger aperture...etc...etc..

    The macro ability is my favorite tho. I'm working on the tilt focus, but it's coming along. Have you worked with the creative aperture kit at all? I had an occasion to use it finally at the lake last weekend. Here's a couple of the sun's reflection in the lake with the star aperture!

    Thanks again for the feedback!





    and this one was for a class presentation on the Lensbaby!
    ~ Kristie~
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishinGirl View Post
    Tull...
    As soon as I saw the birdhouse shot on the other thread, I wondered if it was taken with a Lensbaby. Great pic!

    I really enjoying it...with my limited photography knowledge, it's been a learning experience for sure. I'm still stuck in the thinking of lower aperture numbers = bigger aperture...etc...etc..

    The macro ability is my favorite tho. I'm working on the tilt focus, but it's coming along. Have you worked with the creative aperture kit at all? I had an occasion to use it finally at the lake last weekend. Here's a couple of the sun's reflection in the lake with the star aperture!

    Thanks again for the feedback!





    and this one was for a class presentation on the Lensbaby!
    No Way!!!

    I have the LensBaby 2.0 and it just came with the regular aperture disc's. How cool are those shots!!! Well done. I will have to check out their website and see what is new.
    http://www.pbase.com/tull777

    http://www.eddiefisherphoto.com/


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    Woo-Hoo...I can't believe you hadn't heard about the aperture kit. It's fabulous! There's also 4 new optics to add onto it.

    I also thought it was cool that when I checked this thread today, it had a sponsoring link for the Lensbaby!
    ~ Kristie~
    The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope. ~John Buchan

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