With new blossoms and longer days, spring seems perfect for freelensing. But then we quickly move into summer, and the unlock of our lens gives more depth to the campfires and river days, and children playing late into the night. Then we roll into fall and the setting sun is even warmer. We photograph the details of crisp leaves and golden light. And with winter, rosy cheeks buried between hats and bundled scarves. Every season becomes the best for freelensing…somehow it takes a firm hold as we let go of perfection.
Thank you for continuing to share your images and we look forward to seeing them with each changing season.