Oktoberfest with Tilt-Shift effects

Some months ago I stumbled across a post on Sonyalpha Rumors. The Lensbaby Tilt Transformer with the possibility to mount the Lensbaby Composer Focus Front or Nikon lenses on it. The local photography store had it in stock and I bought it right away! First without a Nikon lens, but shortly afterwards I bought two of them. You see the results in the following images.

Oktoberfest Tilt-Shift Effect @ 24mm

Oktoberfest Tilt-Shift Effect @ 24mm

See additional information for this Nikon lens on the Sony NEX camera line in this post.

Oktoberfest Tilt-Shift Effect @ 50mm

Oktoberfest Tilt-Shift Effect @ 50mm

See additional information for this Nikon lens on the Sony NEX camera line in this post.

Oktoberfest Lensbaby Effect

Oktoberfest Lensbaby Effect

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