All day, all night. I can't really focus on anything but images. I've always loved this, but lately it's so much more than that. I have to do something with it, but what? It has to be more than posing people in parks. It will come to me, I know. But if it could come to me sooner than later, I'd be super grateful.
So yesterday's mission was all about freelensing. It's hard. Super duper hard. So I had to do it, right? I still don't have it figured out, but I'll keep at it until my 50mm 1.8 shatters into a million pieces and I have to get a new one. At that point, I'll back off. Maybe.
Little background...freelensing is a way to get around dropping $1000 + on a tilt lens. You detach your lens from your camera, manually focus and tilt the lens to create the blur that you want. It also does cool stuff with the light. Here are a few shots from my first attempt at freelensing.
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