Create a serious impact with the Twist 60 Optic! Make your subject pop by surrounding them in twisty bokeh & subtle vignette.
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.
Free your subject from their background with stunning separation & beautiful bokeh.
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Creates a cool vintage look & feel with its classic 1840 Joseph Petzval design.
Portraits feel larger than life with a big central area of focus & background that twists off the edges.
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"The Twist 60 creates lovely swirly looking shots and it’s in a modern, easy to use housing that weights practically nothing."
"I enjoy the Twist 60 for its great, unique bokeh. Its tiny size fits perfectly in my travel bag and allows me to easily integrate the surrounding environment into my pictures in an unparalleled & exceptional way."
"This lens is super sharp! I would say it's my sharpest Lensbaby lens."
"Twist 60 does exactly what it is supposed to do, and does it well. "
Fun to use and experiment with. A new contemplative way of seeing
I bought this for my wife for our anniversary. She has other Lensbaby products and enjoys the creative effects of the lenses. The way the background swirls, making the subject stand it is really cool.
This is a powerful and amazing optic. It has created some very unusual and beautiful images for me almost immediately. The learning curve was really short. The quality of the images is superb. My flower photography has taken a new direction with this twist optic. I highly recommend it to nature and landscape photographers. It also does some fun stuff with portraits as well.
The Twist is fantastic! The colors, the swirling effect and its very little weight make this lens a go to lens! Use it to add magic to your every day life and to shoot extraordinary!
Love it. The surprise was that it’s a great landscape lens. I’m still experimenting with it. May be my imagination but landscapes seem to take on a slightly different look in a good way from equivalent primes