Freelensing

What are the cool kids doing these days?

Freelensing, apparently. This is a photographic technique compatible with most interchangeable-lens cameras. Simply detach the lens and hold it free against the camera mount, tilted slightly. The world viewed crossways through an off-kilter lens is surreal. It’s a poor-man’s tilt-shift.

I decided to give it a try:

Plenty more at Flickr’s freelensing pool.

6 thoughts on “Freelensing”

    1. Surprisingly, I haven´t noticed any increase in sensor dust since trying out this technique. But then, I mostly use the 7D these days, and for some reason that camera has little sensor dust problems relative to its predecessors.

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