Today I’m posting some more personal work that I’ve been working on lately. I have a certain lens called a Lensbaby 2.0, it’s quite a fascinating lens that I don’t use often at weddings because they tend to take a while to focus on what you want. I’ve used it for bridals and portraits, though, with awesome results. It does not focus automatically, the lens is compromised of some glass and a bellows-like body. By twisting and tilting the bellows of the body you can shift certain subjects to be clear while the rest of the picture gradually fades into blur. The part that’s most in focus is referred to as the “sweet spot”, while the blur is referred to as “bokeh”. Here are some photos I took of a vintage necklace of mine, and I really love how they turned out.