A single man fishes with the early morning dawn light at Wellington Point.
ISO100, 50mm f2.8 1/640second
Lensbaby 3G on Nikon D700
+ colour punch in post processing
About Lensbaby Lenses:
The front standard can be manipulated off axis to move the sharpest area of focus (called the "sweet spot") to almost anywhere in the frame. The lens produces oval bokeh that point to the sweet spot however there is extreme spherical and some chromatic aberration outside the central sweet spot.
The Lensbaby 3G is a personal favourite creative tool where all other photographs may seem boring. I use this specialty piece of kit to draw interest to a particular subject.
Rest assured using this lens isn’t a walk in the park, there were many upon many hours of training my eye to find the focus naturally (as the lensbaby does not autofocus nor communicate electronically with the camera). However once the beast is tamed it produces results such as these.
For anyone curious, I highly recommend the purchase of one of these lenses, it is adaptable to macro and also to telephoto..