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.


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.










Meg Loeks lives remotely in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with her husband and four young children. She is a lifestyle and fine art photographer who is most drawn to low light and color. Meg is also a mentor and instructor at Clickin Moms, a Sigma Ambassador and Profoto Legend of Light. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a nonprofit organization which gifts families battling pediatric cancer a free photo session.

Meg Loeks is a photographer living remotely in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her husband, four young children, and Saint Bernard dog.

She is drawn to classic portraiture, environmental portraiture, and lifestyle photography. Some of her greatest influences are nature and landscapes, Dutch Masters of light, creative storytelling, and rich color. She loves to find ways to merge different photography genres together, especially children’s portraiture, and nature. Primarily her work highlights soft low light and rich tones. Her overall photography goal is to document her family’s story and exude a sense of timeless nostalgia.

Meg is a mentor and instructor at Click & Company. She teaches two online courses: Mastering Manual Exposure and Finding the Classic Beauty in your Every day. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a non-profit organization that gifts pediatric cancer families a free photo session.




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