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my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by Geekgirly November 28, 2008 09:18AM reply | quote
posted by Geekgirly

I am currently doing a 365 Self Portrait Challenge (year two, so I couldn't resist using my new Lensbaby Composer for a Self Portrait.

I did some post processing of this photo in Lightroom. Just making it B&W and darkening the edges a little, but that's it.
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by pro bono November 28, 2008 10:35AM reply | quote
posted by pro bono

It's terrific. The framing & the chair ... very nice, original work. And nice B&W conversion, too. A lot of this portrait is in focus (just the right amount, actually): is it a big crop, or did you use a small aperture?
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by Odd Thomas November 28, 2008 11:18AM reply | quote
posted by Odd Thomas

Good composition, and B&W tones - great work overall.

Timer or long shutter release cord ? Just curious, as I look like a deer in the headlights with a timer based self port :-(
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by gimme09 November 28, 2008 03:40PM reply | quote
posted by gimme09

can't complain at all.
awesome!!
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by Loredana Guinicelli November 28, 2008 04:13PM reply | quote
I am a big fan of self-portrait. It is a great thing that we could use the composer for that.
I need need need one :)
Your work inspired me :)
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by igorsv November 28, 2008 10:29PM reply | quote
posted by igorsv

Good job!

Igor.
Re: my first photo (worth posting) with my lensbaby composer posted by Geekgirly November 29, 2008 07:17AM reply | quote
posted by Geekgirly

Thanks for all the comments! I used a remote control with my D80 and aperture of f2.8

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