Discover a new perspective with the Composer Pro II with Sweet 35. Place your subject in a sharp sweet spot of focus framed by beautiful blur.
The Composer Pro II lens body tilts and swivels, moving the area of focus. Simply swap out the inside optic, to create a variety of selective focus effects at different focal lengths.
Control the size of your sweet spot of focus by simply adjusting the aperture.
© Cristina Venedict
The tilting Composer Pro II body gives you the power to place the spot of focus anywhere in the frame.
Get more in your shot with this 35mm focal length ideal for landscapes, street, environmental portraits & more.
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"The Sweet 35 started rocking my world the moment I attached it to my camera! It got me out of a creative rut, renewed my enthusiasm for photography, and enabled me to create unique and interesting image."
"I am officially thrilled with this lens."
"I don’t think the Sweet 35 has come off one of my camera bodies in a few months."
"The shots you can achieve will look really sweet."
"A fun lens yielding very special, artistic results."
This is my first lensbaby purchase. I purchased the the Sweet 35 for use on my Canon SL1. I love the bokeh the lens produces. There is a bit of a learning curve and a lot of time spent figure out how it best works, but the results of my efforts with this lens have been rewarding. One thing I like about the lensbaby is that I before I purchased it I seldom shot in "manual" mode, but this lens required me to learn how to do that. I think overall, that in and of itself has been beneficial to my photography.
I need some more practice! As far as getting it set up on the camera body and moving the dials to get a specific "look," it's fun to play with. I'm hoping to figure out more quickly to refine my technique, but I do love it, so far.
A perfect dreamy little lens! I’ve been using it with my Sony a7III for photography and on my Red Komodo for video and it’s a blast to use every time. There’s nothing else like it.
I’m using this lens on APSC. Overall a very nice lens with strong character. The build feels a bit flimsy, it seems that the components don’t perfectly lock and there is always a bit of wiggle room.
Having just taken my new Composer Pro II/Sweet 35 combo out for a test run on Christmas lights displays, the lens delivers bokeh with motion. Using this on a crop sensor, the sweet spot seemed to move out of frame, so something to keep in mind in that scenario. Being a manual focus operation, it forces the photographer to slow down, work the composition, and really check focus. That’s a good thing. When you hit with the Sweet 35, you can have something special. When you miss, it’s painfully obvious. Another challenge is to put yourself in situations where you can use the range of f/stops to vary the looks you want, so your Sweet 35 doesn’t become a one-trick pony. For all the moving parts and lens swap ability,the construction feels solid. Bright colors come through very well, shadows can become murky. But this is only one experience with the lens, and was enough for me to want to continue shooting with it, to find new ways of looking at things.
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