Rock pools and Caves | Free 52 Project Personal work | Cambridge & Cambridgeshire Family Photographer

Our freelensing circle of artists took a break during the summer.

I had intended to spend the summer capturing my children as they went on their little adventures, but somehow summer just flew by and I didn’t pick up my camera as much as I thought I would. This was not such a bad thing. It allowed me to decompress after a busy work season, be present with my children, and immerse myself in our daily activities over the summer holidays.

Below are some photos taken from our trip to Northumberland for our freelensing blog circle, The Free 52 Project. Click on an image to enlarge. Then, go to my friend and fellow freelensing artist, Lauren Frost Jensen, to see her freelensed images from this summer HERE. Follow around our blog circle until you’re back here.

Rock pooling

Somewhere between Bamburgh and Seahouses on the Northumberland coast.

St Cuthbert’s Cave, Lowick

Took the off-beaten track to explore the countryside around the Cheviot Hills.

Freelensing is an advanced technique of tilting the lens around the camera with the lens off the camera body to produce artistic blur and light leaks in the images. To follow my previous freelensing posts, go to the tag #thefree52project.