At 8/4/2022 11:44 AM, Moose wrote:
>On 8/3/2022 10:58 AM, MICHAEL GORDON wrote:
>>Twisty Moose writes:
>>â??An alternative for FF is the LensBaby Twist 60.
>><https://lensbaby.com/collections/swirl-effect/products/twist-60> Nice and
>>twisty, with aperture control. No insert bokeh thingies, although other of
>>their lenses do that. Cheaper than the Lomo - way cheaper for those of us
>>with Optic Swap system lens holders.â??
>>Some times you need a twist
>Refurb sale on now. That's how I got many of my LensBaby thingies.
>Twisted Enabler Moose
I have not had much time to read the list email, keep up, or respond of late. I
have run into too much work trying to sell a house while moving into a new
smaller house at the same time. Way too many things have come up needing
fixing, from painting interior, trim work, redoing the whole tile roof, pool
fixing, AC failing... My mind and body have not had time to rest. Today is my
first break of not doing much. (And not to mention sharing a house with a new
SO. That was fast.)
Before I became consumed with selling/moving I was deep into adapting lenses
and hope to get back to it.
I would want to go back to older emails to figure out which LensBaby thingy
would be of interest to me.
For some reason, my mind does not like swirly bokeh. Perhaps it reminds me of
being on a merry go round when I was a kid.
Taking my queue from other sources, I bought some cheap ebay Vivitar 2X Macro
Focusing Teleconverters that some have used, after removing the innards, for
the fine helicoid for focusing adapted lenses. Seems some astro supply places
also have more adapters. I bought some from https://agenaastro.com/ but have
yet to cobble anything together.
The new CV 35/1.4 classic lens wide open still pleases while being a good 35mm
lens. I added a couple with that lens to my album, which I posted before. See
the last two here
I much prefer this type of look over the dizzy look.
when the dust settles...
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/