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Mark Peters : February 9th 2007 - 18:14 CET

Lensbabies Creative Aperture Kit


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LensbabiesLensbabies Creative Aperture Kit : Lensbabies introduces its new Lensbaby Creative Aperture Kit for use with the Lensbaby 3G and Lensbaby 2.0 SLR lenses. Each Lensbaby Creative Aperture Kit contains one star shaped aperture disk, one heart shaped aperture disk, and five blank disks. Photographers can fashion the blank disks into their own custom shaped apertures using a shaped paper punch or a sharp knife. With the Lensbaby Creative Aperture Disks, points of light in out of focus areas of the photo take on the shape of the hole in the aperture disk. If the photographer uses the star shaped aperture disk, points of light behind the subject appear as glowing stars, giving photographers one more tool to be creative with their cameras.
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These new aperture disks are made of the same metalicized plastic and work the same way as the aperture disks that come with the Lensbaby 3G and Lensbaby 2.0. Photographers simply drop the disks into the front of their Lensbaby lens, where they are held in place by a magnetic field. The new Lensbaby Creative Aperture Kit is available now for $9.99 throughout the Lensbabies website. The Lensbaby 3G and Lensbaby 2.0 SLR lenses are compatible with a range of popular SLR camera bodies from Canon, Nikon, Olympus/Panasonic, Pentax/Samsung, Sony/Minolta and Leica.

About Lensbabies
Lensbabies, LLC is a Portland, Oregon based manufacturer and marketer of award-winning focus SLR camera lenses. Lensbabies was launched in February 2004 by Craig Strong, a professional photographer and the inventor of the patent pending Lensbaby selective focus SLR lens. Lensbabies sells to photographers all over the world through its website, at tradeshows, and through specialty photographic equipment retailers.





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