Posts Tagged: Music


“I knew I wouldn’t forget you, and so I went and let you blow my mind…”

Stop! Pretzle Time!
Times Square Cabs Honk A Lot
1600 BROADWAY ON THE SQUARE

View from the Penthouse in the London Hotel
Taxis
Showing his Smart Phone off Metrocouple
Feet and Stars

{See the whole NYC set on Flickr}

“Feels like we’re on another level. Feels like our love’s intertwined.”

Forgotten Party Favors Liveynastic
I like my eyelashes. My eyebrowns, on the otherhand, need some tending to.  Oh and I totally just said eyebrowns.  Deal.
Day 88| Indiana Lane
Interwined (yes, interwined)
She <3s Bubbles
Storytime fun! The Mayfield Cow
Big Thinking Chair
Hey Paisano Day 89 | Holy Thursday

Hey Baby, Lensbaby, Hey

My LappyLou & Mishi

Curtainsbaby

Day 68 | Miss Beverly Checks the Mail in the RainDay 61 | Bedspreadbaby

dirtybabyDay 62 | Bathed in Sun, Baby
{Shots taken with my *Lensbaby Composer}

I’m the kinda girl that hangs with photogranerds
Like a fly on the wall with my secret [agent] eyes
Takin it in, try to be feminine
With my Epiphanie bag watchin all the sin
Misfit, I sit
Speedlite it up, wicked
Everybody else adding to Whrrl
With the Alltops and the writers’ words

I’m just sippin on hot coffee
Watching boys and girls and their blog appeal
With a stranger in the face who says he knows my mom
And went to my high school

All the Canons say,
Hey Baby, Lensbaby, Hey
Nikons Say, Nikons Say,
Hey Baby, Lensbaby, Hey
Hey Baby Baby
Hey Baby, Lensbaby, Hey
Canons Say, Canons Say
Hey Baby, Lensbaby, Hey
All the Canons, all the Nikons in the back

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Thanks for sitting through that—really—but, whenever I use my Lensbaby I think of Hey Baby by No Doubt.  I just can’t help it.

The Lensbaby Composer (featuring the new Lensbaby Optic Swap System) has been a welcome addition to my camera bag.  It has allowed me to take the most creative shots ever with its ball and socket design that allows for stable selective focus from eighteen inches to infinity.

To use:

  • I just drop the appropriate magnetic aperture disc (f/2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, or 22; keeping in mind that the bigger the number the smaller the sweet spot of focus) in front of the lens
  • Tilt the lens whichever way I see fit for a certain shot, find the sweet spot
  • Manually focus,
  • I can even lock the focus so I don’t lose the sweet spot by simply turning the locking ring away from the shutter button, and
  • Shoot.

It’s that easy.  It’s that cool.   There’s no autofocus.  There’s not always a guarantee of complete sharpness.  However, there is—I believe—a feeling that is captured in my Lensbaby pictures that is really fulfilling to me as an artist.

*The Lensbaby Composer was given to me to review.  The opinions and love for it, though, are purely my own!

“You know the kind of song that will get you high?”


Sitting at the airport waiting on a second flight My Epiphanie Bag & Carry-on
Swankybaby
@ Gino's Sears Tower (whatchoo talkin' bout Willis?)
Lights of Chicago 777



“Look at you, look at you… Fly…”

“We only got 86 400 seconds in a day…”

My Fave Thing {THE Epiphanie Bag}
Day 65 | Eating Edamame with David While Summer Watches
Day 66 | 4 Milfs?

Day 67 | I Don't Aim Low in the Friend Department!
At the Stoplight



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