FreeLensed | Day 1

While at Clickaway in Seattle last month, Sarah Wilkerson mentioned a fun product that the Click & Co store had brought along to sell- Lensbenders. I’d never heard of them and never found the time to make my way to the store booth during the conference, but a few weeks ago I was looking for something new to try and freelensing sounded like as good an idea as any! On the first day with the Lensbender I loved how it allowed me to hold the unattached lens steady, but I was having trouble achieving focus in the middle of the frame. I could grab a slice of focus on the far edges of the frame, but unless I was within a few feet of my intended focal point I was unable to achieve middle frame focus with my 50 1.8. Thus ensued hours of research and deliberation. Solution to come in a second post to follow.

freelensed image shot through window by megan cieloha freelensed image of orange on marble counter by megan cieloha still life in natural light photo freelensed by megan cieloha pillows on couch in natural light photo freelensed by megan cieloha photo of fall foliage through window freelensed by megan cieloha freelensed self portrait reflection photo by megan cieloha picture of fall trees through a window freelensed by megan cieloha photo of fern freelensed in indoor natural light by megan cieloha freelensed photo of red fall foliage by megan cieloha freelensed photo shot through window of ivy by megan cieloha freelensed picture of kitchen window by megan cieloha

Day 2, with solution, here!

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  1. Pauline

    18 November

    beautiful FL images !!

    • MeganCieloha

      20 November

      Thank you, Pauline :)

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