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Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 25, 2005 03:07PM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

Lensbaby 2.0 with f4 disk. A very prickly customer!

Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/26/2005 06:06AM by MelBrackstone.
Re: Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 25, 2005 03:14PM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

And another one. I used a 12mm extension tube for these as well, along with my Canon 20D

Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/26/2005 06:05AM by MelBrackstone.
Re: Prickly bot posted by pkk September 25, 2005 09:14PM reply | quote
posted by pkk

Nice picture Mel. The Lensbaby effect is very nice. -I think there is a big difference between LBO and LB2.
Which one of them is the most LB/ Holga like, IMO, is the LBoriginal. It's much more soft and "artlookalike".
Have you tried your LB without the apeturering?

Peter
Re: Prickly bot posted by DavidF September 26, 2005 12:01AM reply | quote
posted by DavidF

Mel, very nice. Is the second image done with 28-135mm lens and not LB? Curious, what camera are you using?

d.
Re: Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 26, 2005 06:05AM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

Yikes, no David, I didn't use the 28-135 for either of these two....I did take a few shots with both lenses though. I'd better edit....lol...I use a Canon 20D
Thanks for your comments Peter and David
Peter, I do a lot of work without any aperture disk too, and tend to prefer the softer look, but there certainly is a huge difference between LB 0 and LB 2.0

Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
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Re: Prickly bot posted by archi September 26, 2005 11:39AM reply | quote
posted by archi
mel,

I like these prickly beauties.. LB softens their prick ... doesnt it ?? ;)

@r(hi
Re: Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 26, 2005 12:14PM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

LOL....indeed it does archie :)

Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
[melbrackstone.com]
Re: Prickly bot posted by oliver tudoras September 26, 2005 05:23PM reply | quote
posted by oliver tudoras

both are wonderful ,Mel !
I 'm not a big friend of bot photographie but I like the LB softness in this images very much

regards ollie
Re: Prickly bot posted by floatingcreeper September 27, 2005 12:14AM reply | quote
posted by floatingcreeper
i like the perspective and depth in #1. just brilliant. looks like out of a wide angle lens! how are your images so sharp and beautiful ? does your 20D take steroids before you shoot with them ? or do you use disqualified chemicals in your batteries ? what ?

they are awesome, dammit!
Re: Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 27, 2005 06:40AM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

Thank you Ollie and Prabu. I don't have a steroid laden camera, no, and I don't use odd chemicals, I've just taken the road that Uncle Randy suggested, and use the aperture rings more often. I think I used f4, or maybe even f5.6 <blush>



Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
[melbrackstone.com]
Re: Prickly bot posted by blam September 27, 2005 12:43PM reply | quote
posted by blam

Mel,

Very nicely done. Some of my favorite bot shots that have been posted. Thanks for sharing.

-d

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Re: Prickly bot posted by MelBrackstone September 28, 2005 06:35AM reply | quote
posted by MelBrackstone

Thanks Doug :)

Mel :) In sunny Brisbane, Australia
[melbrackstone.com]

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