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Monday, June 18, 2012

Free-Lensing Photography


My weekend was spent at home with the family. Workless. So good. I came across this blog, and saw a tutorial on a camera technique called Free-Lensing photography. Did some small captures myself around the house and really enjoyed it. It went pretty well, I think. To all you photo freaks out there, you should read the blog and try it out. 

Now, back to work. 

17 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting, I'm going to head over there and check it out!

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  2. I've been wanting to try that as well!!
    very cool pictures

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  3. I've gotta get brave and do this too. Beautiful pictures dearie. (:

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  4. Beautiful! Thanks for showing as this. I'll try myself to do photos like that.

    Kisses:*

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  5. So cool! I am giving this a try today.

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  6. I lovee the doughnut and socks ones!(:

    x.

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  7. like your blog dear,
    keep posting and go for it!!

    xo

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  8. like your blog dear,
    keep posting and go for it!!

    xo

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  9. great post! I think I will try it! xo, Brooke

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  10. very cool! what kind of camera do you have? mine broke and i am in the market for a new one! thanks!

    xo, amanda

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  11. Great pics! I will have to look in to this technique :)

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  12. Absolutely love the photo of the flower! I'm staying away from attempting free-lensing (because I'll break something), but it's great to see examples of it! I'll live vicariously! :)

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  13. Hello dear Bookness!

    I actually tried this as you suggested, and it was so much fun! Not as nice and sharp as yours, but they still turned out okay. Hah! Here's a link if you'd like to see them (and a few of my other works). It's under my blog page. Hope you like them.

    http://mariana-castro.squarespace.com/

    Just a note: I'm in the process of a "free-trial" with squarespace so my blog isn't really "official" and open to the public yet, so you have to enter in the little code they give you (in order to look around).

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