Stories of the creatives behind the camera, as well as the amazing work they produce.

Watch Lensbaby shooters in action as they work through their creative process.

Advice, tips & tricks and more to  help you get the most out of your Lensbaby.

Each week we share our five favorite photos from your submissions & social shares.

GET INSPIRED & LEARN FROM OTHER CREATIVES

Our classic creative effect - a round sweet spot of focus.

Find your edge - get a sharp slice of focus effect

Get your glow on - create an ethereal velvet effect.

Crazy curves ahead - striking swirly bokeh & vignette.

Explore the captivating effects that OMNI can create with this gallery of awe-inspiring imagery.

Sharp spot of focus + beautiful blur. 

Sharp slice of focus + smooth blur.

Radiant edge-to-edge glow. 

Swirly, twisty, striking bokeh.

EXPLORE EXTRAORDINARY LENSBABY IMAGERY

"The longer I shoot, the more personal my photos have become, there is so much more of “me” in my recent work."


 

 

 

 

-ABOUT KATHLEEN-

http://kathleenclemonsphotography.com/

 

Kathleen Clemons is an award-winning photographer, designer, teacher, speaker,
author and workshop leader from the coast of Maine. Primarily a nature photographer
who specializes in photographing flowers, Kathleen is known for her creative use of
natural light and unique, artistic photographs.

 

She teaches online classes as well as many workshops and seminars. Kathleen has also

filmed instructional classes for Craftsy, CreativeLive, and Lensbaby University and is the

author of the e-book “All About Textures”. She is on the Instructional Staff at the Santa Fe

Workshops as well as Gather Academy.


Kathleen has been making photographs using Lensbaby lenses since 2005 and they
have named her the "Georgia O'Keeffe of Lensbaby Flower Photography”.
With a background in education and a passion for both photography and teaching,
Kathleen loves to teach others how to improve their photography skills and to see
beyond the obvious.

 

 

 


KATHLEEN'S GEAR



"I truly believe that there is ALWAYS something to shoot. If I go more than a few days without photographing something, I start having withdrawal symptoms and only shooting can make them disappear!"


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