This month I am participating in a new monthly blog circle, The Lensbaby Project (don’t worry, I’m still doing Letters to Our Sons each month as well!). A Lensbaby is a type of camera lens that allows you to create different focal effects, such as extra blurring (called bokeh) that can help the subject of your photo stand out more (or less, depending on your desired effect). Sometimes it can even create an effect that makes it look like your subject is in motion. This style of photography is called Tilt Shift, and while it takes some practice to perfect, I’ve been having a lot of fun playing around with my new Lensbaby 2.0 since Christmas!
Each month, the other photographers in my blog circle will also post some shots taken with their Lensbabies. To see more of this fun photography style, please visit the next blog post by Jess Curkovic of Jess C Photography.
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I love these Lucy:) great idea to use crayons – so colorful and bright!
I love these shots Lucy! They are so creative and love the bright colors!
You captured some yummy bokeh on that last set all the way to the right. A very colorful set! 😀
Your crayons look so nice! Great subject.
I love these. So bright and cheerful on a dreary Monday.
What a colours! like the idea – it looks great!
You make crayons look so beautiful!! I really love these images and could totally see them hanging in a preschool or playroom!
Love the colors and creative set ups! Nice work!
Crayons! What a great idea! You did a great job with focus here!
these look great, Lucy! i can’t wait to see you in March!
Fun! Love it! Makes me hear happy preschooler giggles. 🙂
I love crayon shots anyway but crayons and lensbaby – wow! So colourful! I might just have to give this a try one month!
these belong up on the wall in a kids bedroom or kindergarten class, SO CUTE Lucy! love how you think outside of the (crayon) box hee hee