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I recently sold a lens I no longer use because I upgraded it to a better version. I put the money in the bank, then promptly

purchased a LensBaby Composer Pro with Double Glass Optic, and optional macro converter set.

There’s a bit of a learning curve, but I think I’ll get the hang of it with a little more practice.

These images are the first in what I hope will be a long love affair with this little lens.

This is my Hydrangea. I love this plant.  It’s taken a long time to get to this size. We’re having the front yard and driveway redone and I’ve been asked by every contractor if I wanted to remove it and pave over the area. I’ve replied, “No, it stays!” every time they ask.

I took this image with the LensBaby Composer with Double Glass Optic at f4

HydrangeaThis is closer look with the Double Glass Optic and 16mm and 8mm macro converters attached @f2.8

HydrangeaWhite Oleander- LensBaby Composer with Double Glass Optic and Macro Converters @ f2.8

White OleanderWhite Oleander- LensBaby Composer with Double Glass Optic and Macro Converters @ f2.8

White OleanderI am looking forward to having some free time to wander around the neighborhood looking for flowers to

photograph with the lens. I think it’s going to be a lot of fun to play with.

Nikon D700| Lexar Professional Digital Film| Hand-held

 

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4 Comments

  1. Sweet :o)

    • Thanks Geo! Wish you weren’t moving so soon now so we could go out shooting flowers together with our Lensbaby’s!

  2. The ‘Like’ button wasn’t loading, so I started this comment. Then, of course it appeared. It’s amazing how close you are getting in these pictures. I look forward to more of these.

    • Thanks Dan! I too am impressed with how close I can get with the macro converters. The the Composer itself is no slouch. It’s min. focusing distance is 18 inches. 🙂


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