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Old Faithful Through A Lensball

A few years ago my photography friend Mark introduced me to the Lensball. I took a similar photo about two years ago when I visited Yellowstone NP in the winter of 2020. One of my goals this trip was to find more creative ways to use this great toy. So, I set out one morning and hiked up to the Old Faithful observation point to photograph Old Faithful through a Lensball. This is the result.

The Lensball acts as a prism so the image comes out upside down. I decided not to manipulate the image in photoshop to correct the effect. Enjoy.

Old Faithful Through a Lensball
Old Faithful Through a Lensball

This image was taken with my Sony A7R IV using my Sony FE 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 Lens with my 1.4x extender set on 200mm (280mm with extender). The camera was set on Manual mode with the aperture set at f/25, shutter speed at 1/640th of a second, and the ISO set at 640. I hand-held the camera for this photo and focused on the Lensball from about 12 feet away. This is a single image processed in Lightroom and completed in Photoshop using Nik Color Efex Pro.

You can see other images like this in my Yellowstone NP gallery by clicking here. Please use the section below to post your comments, questions, or suggestions.

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