Tag Archives: shallow depth of field

The soul is healed by being with children.   This was a creative session where nothing was planned, and I captured Jessica just being herself. I also wanted to use my Lensbaby lense for a change, especially while photographing a child, because with these lenses it’s total manual focusing and you never know what you’ll…

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This week’s photo is really special to me. In the last couple of months we’ve been following along in the journey of these parents and the arrival of their baby boy, being some of the first people to know they were pregnant, hearing all their stories and being there the day Christiaan was born. Now…

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I’m really fascinated by seeing the world so differently through my lens.  My husband love to say “you can even make weeds look beautiful…” But I’m even more fascinated by how beautiful nature is, especially here in the Overberg. When you spend a lot of your time behind a computer working, going outside into nature…

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It is week 40!  I can’t believe there are only 12 weeks left of this year! For this week’s project 52 I wanted to do something a bit different. I used my Lensbaby edge80 lens, it’s a creative lens which gives you a slice of focus in your photo, much like a tilt-shift lens would…

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Would you believe me if I tell you that this flower is only a few millimeter? And that the actual little purple flowers are only 2mm big…? You probably walk over these every day of your life, because they grow in between normal grass and are so small that you would never see them unless…

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