Lobelia Lens Baby

No, it’s not Photoshop! I did nothing in post processing except to crop in a little, normalize the levels and sharpen the Raw file slightly.

This photo was created with my Lens Baby (described in an earlier post) which essentially will turn your (and my) expensive digital SLR (Nikon D70, Canon EOS, etc.) into a cheap, soft-focus camera with a disposable lens. Yeah for technology!

My Lens Baby is now equipped with a set of macro lens, so I can do groovy Lens Baby macros, like this one, baby!

This entry was posted in Bemusements, Flowers, Hardware, Lensbaby, Photography.

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