Photgraphy used to be about precision...in lighting, in focus, in contrast, in composition. Enter the digital age. It started with Photoshop. But the learning curve was steep. It moved on to camera phones and a million apps that allow anyone, with a simple click of a button, to change the look drastically or artistically or whatever.
Lensbaby is that and more. It's still about capturing images in the camera. It's tilt shift which allows the photographer to highlight details that matter most and gives an etheral depth to all the rest. It begins at the center for focus and begins the blur beyond that. The photographer chooses. It immerses you in serendipity. Practice is required but then all good things require that. These are some of my first effort. More to come. Which do you like best?