"...bring them softness, teach them how to cry."
Another one from the Lensbaby
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9 Apr 2009 5:26am
Beautiful Tracey! The depth is so deep! I think you found something grand in the Lensbaby!
9 Apr 2009 5:37am
@Bill: Thanks Bill. I am working on it! The most important part is that I am having fun in the process!
How lovely. The softness is very nice.
9 Apr 2009 5:47am
Very, very beautiful!
9 Apr 2009 8:04am
This is gorgeous - Great composition & detail.
9 Apr 2009 8:47am
I think you handled this really well. Lensbaby shots often seem so random to me...this one is really nice.
9 Apr 2009 2:07pm
@Laurie: Thanks Laurie! I agree, sometimes the shots do look random. I really have to take my time with it or it looks very random. You have to be intentional with the lens, which is a good lesson for me!
oh oh, there goes the LensBaby ... I love the sharp detail of the centre of the gerbera daisy and what a soft shade of pink ... very pretty
9 Apr 2009 2:32pm
This is stunning!!! Love the processing. Haven't tried a lens baby, but you're making me consider it!! I just love this shot.
9 Apr 2009 2:34pm
@cara: Thanks, Cara. I really didn't do much in the processing. I desaturated a bit because the original flower was more pink than I liked. Other than that, I just prepared it for web and burned down the background! I held off getting this lens for a long time, as I thought it was frivolous. You can get a similar effect with a Photoshop action, but why when you can get something this great nearly SOC?
Such softness. One can feel the touch.
9 Apr 2009 3:07pm
beautiful......glad you are having fun with the new lens.....
9 Apr 2009 4:03pm
Tracey, it's really, really, lovely !
Congratulations for your work by the way ! :-)
9 Apr 2009 6:23pm
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