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Free Lensing Morning...
On days that I work from home, I have Abby to myself for a bit before someone comes over to watch her or before she is taken to someone to watch her for the day... Free-Lensing is a method, where you actually detach the lens from the camera and shift and angle it towards the camera. This, creates a different pattern/field area for the area of focus created. Its also completely manual in focus. I first heard free lensing from Ryan Brenizer on Flickr and then witnessed it at a wedding I helped assist. Ryan recently mentioned another photographer that's from Washington DC; Sam Hurd, who had posted some images and most recently to his facebook page of some work he had done in DC of some Government officials. As always - we as creative people attempt new things to get a different view or effect and here is something thats rather interesting and different. It's almost tilt shift, without the real thing. It's almost "Lens Baby" like - without the Lens Baby attachment. Here we have Lucy, a West Highland Terrier who is watching the window. This image was more for demonstrations purposes than being a rock-star winner for "Free Lensing". The idea here is to display the depth of field on the carpet. It moves from one end of the frame to another in a not-so regular way. Thats the point and the effect... NOTE: My good friend Wolfgang asked on my Facebook album; "How do you handle the light leaking in?". I responded that I wasnt sure if I did it deliberately. Some images were a bit washed out more than I had liked and I had deleted those mostly - but I think the most successful images from the morning shoot of both my daughter and the puppy were because I was holding the lens very close to the camera and in turn blocking some of the direct light leaking in with my hand... Canon 5DMk2 1/500th ISO-3200 ** Issue with detaching the lens from the camera is that I dont get to see what lens and F stop I used. I assume the lens is at max aperture of 1.4 as I could have used either the 35/1.4, 50/1.4 or 85/1.4.Magic Carpet Ride
Digital art featuring a magic carpet ride from a vintage theatrical poster from LOC. Poster for Federal Theatre Project 1936 or 1937 presentation of "A Hero is Born" at the Adelphi Theatre, 54th Street east of 7th Avenue, showing a man riding on a magic carpet.
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