The lights of the carnival shot through a barbed-wire fence.
Another shot through my magnifying lens, this one of the "Rock-O-Plane" Ferris wheel.
Drops of water dot the window with the carnival lights shining through it.
There's just something magical about the way light gets captured at f1.2. Even if you can't tell what exactly is going on the light looks like it's painted in, and at least for me, that's beautiful.
Sadly the 7artisans 35mm lens isn't super sharp, but what it lacks in technical quality it more than makes up for in it's ability to blur almost everything in a really interesting and unique way.
Macro shots of the inside of an RGB laden gaming PC.
Black and Blue
An old abstract black and white I've always really loved. I've done some basic corrections I didn't know how to do at the time and wanted to share!
Some more abstract shots of the light and water at the lake.
A simple macro shot of soap bubbles. I went with black and white to really bring out the intricate connecting lines.
Being limited in potential subjects can be a real pain, or it can be a way to narrow your focus and force you to experiment and try new things.
Now, I'm not claiming that soap bubble macro photography is anything new, but it's something I've never tried before, and now I'm glad I did.
A few throwback shots for #TBT, in this case water droplets! This one was taken on a rainy October morning in Lansing, Michigan. Who doesn't love waiting for the bus in the rain?
A dreamy little macro shot of some very small flower buds.
Dried flowers bluring into a washed out background.
A dreamy re-edit of a sunset shot.
There's really not much to say about this. It's less about a particular thing and more about smooth transitions and soft colors.
Lens flair for sure falls into the flaw category for lenes, and while I can't disagree with that, there's something I really like about how this particular shot turned out, flair and all. It actually ended up being my favorite of the evening.