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Yes sir, that’s my Lensbaby!

Let me preface this post by clarifying that I’m not a professional photographer – I just enjoy taking and indeed making pictures. Since buying my first proper SLR camera 10 years ago (essentially to ensure I had good photographs of our soon to be born first child), I’ve gone through a number of digital compacts, not-so-compacts, and more recently Canon DSLRs, increasingly enjoying photography as a hobby.

The ‘selective focus’ mantra and somewhat quirky nature of Lensbaby’s products mean they’ve always been on my radar. They seemed like they would suit my creative side, but there has always been something more important to spend my hard-earned money on – food, clothes, electricity, tyres…. Since essentially exchanging my Canon 40D DSLR kit for a micro-four-thirds Panasonic GH1 outfit earlier this year, the family snaps (and video) are looking better than ever, and I’ve caught the legacy lens bug, grabbing a few eBay bargain lenses along the way. Having got used to manual focus, the announcement of a native m4/3 mount Lensbaby caught my eye, and I was lucky enough to be able to get my hands on the Tilt Transformer with Composer last month. So what’s it like “seeing in a new way”..? Continue reading Yes sir, that’s my Lensbaby!

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