I have a lot of personal projects going on this year, but it’s ok, I’m loving it! This project is a monthly blog circle with freelensing images. If you’re unfamiliar with freelensing it’s when you take the lens off your camera and float it *juuuuust* in front of the mount to achieve a tilt shift-like effect. It’s actually known as the “poor man’s tilt shift.” I am always up for trying new things including using a prism, shooting through plactic wrap, and using vaseline on my lens filter, so this seemed like a natural fit for me. I’ve been playing with freelensing for a little over a year now and it definitely gets easier with practice! So if you’re on the fence, try it! And then try it again. And again. And maybe even one more time to see if you like it. 🙂 Here are some of my freelensing images from this month. I included some in my 366 project, but others are new.
To continue in the blog circle, and for more freelensing images, click HERE to see Ally’s images this month. XOXOX