This week Tina leaves the subject too open for my little creativity of recent times. But I really liked its publication, in it she talks about the Japanese concept of Wabi-sabi and presents us some images with a wonderful impressionist touch. She also tells us about the photographer Jamie Konarski Davidson, which I did not know and as I have told Tina, after reviewing the work of this photographer, I really want to get a Lensbaby for my Fuji.
So, if anyone has experience with these lenses, I would appreciate your comments. I know that they are very special and that their effects should not be abused, but I think that it can be something fun and refreshing, especially given my current lack of desire to take pictures.
This idea has led me to think about those moments I enjoyed taking pictures and I’ve thought about searching the archive, lately it’s all I do, to find those images that remind me of the good times I’ve spent with a camera in hand. Although I have taken photos since I was a child and I have very good family memories, especially of my children, I will focus on those images that I started posting on the internet, less personal.
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