Monday, May 13, 2013

Experimenting with Freelensing // Photography Post

Last weekend while I was hanging out with Molly, we decided to head to the park and play with our cameras + my new lens (guess who finally got the 18-55mm!). While we were there I decided to try out some freelensing with a lens I had for the film camera I used for Molly's graduation pictures.

These definately aren't the best freelensing shots known to mankind, but considering that this was my first attempt and I didn't even do any research on it before hand, it could have turned out worst. *winks*

Have any of you ever tried freelensing or select focus lens like the Lensbaby Spark? Do you have any tips? I really love this style and want to experiment with it more in the future!


  1. These pictures are gorgeous! The second one is my absolute favorite. I'm not an expert (or even close) at photography, but I say keep up the awesome work!

  2. The pictures are so pretty! The first two are my favorite and would be perfect for a girls room! Heck I would love to have that in my sewing room.

  3. I could never get freelensing down! Some people can work it, but I'm not a big fan of it.

  4. oh i love the soft pink light leaks! experimenting with film photography always takes a little bit to get the hang of so i think you did pretty well for your first time freelensing as well. :)

    little henry lee

  5. these turned out really nice. I've tried freelensing once but I need to experiment a bit more with it too!

  6. these are so lovely! i would love to experiment more with film, i need to!

    lindsey louise

  7. Oh, they're gorgeous! I don't know anything about photography, but I can't find anything to criticise. I especially love the colours.

  8. Wow! I love your outfits and photos...totally following your blog, now!



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