Right this minute there is a DSLR camera gathering

by:LIUJIEGOU     2020-10-10
It's a shame, really, because the camera could be enjoyed so much more if the photographer could be freed from the 'just another snapshot' frame of reference. By adding just a little creative thought and spending just a little time the camera could do so much more than just keep records of birthday parties. Usually it just takes a spark and soon after the photographer becomes a whirlwind of creative experimentation. That creative spark can come from a thousand different directions and we will touch on several in future articles. However today we are going to look at the Lensbaby line of creativity tools. For a growing number of photographers their first use of a Lensbaby lens isn't so much like a spark to tender, it's more like a blowtorch to a can of gasoline. The moment the photographer straps a Lensbaby to the front of their camera 'regular' photography flies out the window. So just what is a Lensbaby? Lensbaby is actually an entire line of image modifying products based around three distinct lenses. The concept is that the three core lenses are able to bend, rotate or flex with the outcome that only selected portions of the scene will be in focus. The photographer has control over the point in the scene that is in focus and how large that area is. The three core lenses, or more accurately lens bodies, are The Muse, The Composer and The Control Freak. All three lenses mount to a camera just like the standard kit lens does. There are major differences in camera handling once a Lensbaby is on the camera. First, say goodbye to autofocus, there isn't any. Next full Program mode and all of those easy icon exposure modes go away too. A Lensbaby is at its most automatic in aperture priority (Av) mode and manual exposure is even better. Let's look at the three lens bodies. The Muse is the simplest of the trio and looks like nothing more than a light-tight slinky. The Muse can be stretched or compressed for focus and the front element tilted in 360 degrees to select the point of focus. The more eccentric the tilt is to the front element the shallower the area of sharp focus. The Muse cannot be operated hands-free, the photographer always has to support and tweak the front element to gain focus and desired blur. The Muse is the least expensive of the Lensbaby line. The next step up the ladder is The Composer. The Composer replaces the plastic slinky body of The Muse with a ball and socket arrangement. In addition there is a focusing ring for manual focus. The Composer will have the same effect on an image as The Muse, but since there is a focus ring and the ball and socket can lock down in position The Composer can be locked into place and used hands-free. The third Lensbaby is The Control Freak. The Control Freak returns to the flexible slinky look of The Muse but adds a locking ring and three threaded adjustment controls. As the name implies, The Control Freak is about precision and repeatable outcomes. The Control Freak is the most expensive Lensbaby in the core group. There are other lens bodies available from Lensbaby but these three mentioned are the primary components.
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