Hello, and welcome. Thank you so much to my Twitter buddy @mitzs for asking me to guest blog at Pursuing Photoshop today, I was honoured to do so. But what about here, what should I bleat on about today….
What is it?
The “lensbaby” is a simple, single element lens mounted in a flexible housing which allows it not only to be focused, but tilted as well. Yes, it’s a tilt lens too. That should make those Holga owners green with envy! The aperture can be varied from f2.8 to f8 via the use of a series of fixed aperture stops. You change stops by removing a rubber retaining ring, changing the stop (which looks like a washer) and replacing the rubber retaining ring. […]
Easier to show than describe, so here are a couple of examples;
Oi Rodent, I Thought This Was A Photoshop Blog?
Indeed it is, but now I’ve shown you what the effect is, let’s find a couple of tutorials that show us how to get a close recreation of it.
Pretty straight forward tutorial, giving a subtle Lensbaby effect.
A more indepth and full tutorial with a couple of examples. Well worth a read.
Have a great Wednesday everyone. See you tomorrow!
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