By: Mathieu Stern
Today we will create some Lensbaby tilt shift lenses that cost 30$ and that are actually way better than the original which is ” just” 400$.
Using two soviet vintage Helios lenses and some rubber adapter, you can create some incredibly cool tilt effects for your portraits or landscapes.
Before every one starts to freak out, here are some interesting links for you :
here you can buy the Helios adapter for 10 $, it’s the one i use in the video :
also I made a playlist of videos explaining how to create the same result from a tube of rubber.
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