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David Busch’s Canon® EOS M Guide to Digital Photography by Lee Sheldon

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Using the Lensbaby

I’m going to depart from my Canon-only regimen to include the wonderful Lensbaby line of optics, because Canon doesn’t offer anything similar, nor as delightfully affordable. Actually, Lensbaby hasn’t introduced lenses specifically for the EOS M, either, but any of their models work very well using the EF-EF-M adapter.

The Lensbaby (www.lensbaby.com) comes in several varieties (including Edge 80, a new shift-tilt model for about $300, and the Composer Pro shown in Figure 10.20), and uses distortion-heavy glass elements mounted on a system that allows you to bend, twist, and distort the lens’s alignment to produce transmogrified images unlike anything else you’ve ever seen. Like the legendary cheap-o Diana and Holga cameras, ...

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