Jim Robertson is ecstatic about his image “After the Ecstasy” being given an honorable mention in Lensbaby’s “Get Published” online competition. The contest chose 13 out of nearly 2000 images entered to be featured in a soon to be published book about the light-bending lens. Although not getting published, Jim’s many-legged image is featured here on page 5 of the Honorable Mention gallery. Congrats!
Founding Aamora.com member, Jim Robertson, follows the photographic path in Lexington, KY. You can view more of Jim’s work at his website or his past contributions to aamora.com
18 thoughts on “After the Ecstasy by Jim Robertson”
This is a very interesting shot!
It could not be otherwise! Although personally I believe that this photo deserves the First Award. Congratulations!!!!
Kudos, Jim! Lensbaby’s are tricky lenses to produce…. And produce you have…. Excellent image.
Well done Jim, it’s a fantastic shot!
congrats on your acknowledgement! you have done some wonderful work.
wow, incredibly beautiful! a spider ballerina – an ongoing ecxtasy! well done, Jim!
Thanks Crystal! I don’t really like spiders but the Lensbaby kinda makes `em cute and fuzzy, even when one is devouring another like here. Well… maybe not.
Ha ha! Thanks.
Diane, I love it! Whenever I feel stuck or uninspired, I put on the Lensbaby and it changes everything. Great way to get unstuck!
Seems like you enjoy the lensbaby as much as I do!..this is terrific and I love seeing that you did it in black and white..
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(That was Jim’s name coming into focus – lensbaby style)
Oh no Jim, a picture of a bug?! I don’t know…there is some sort of allure in this shot…but…it’s a bug!! And there are too many legs. To me this should be called Way Way Way After the Ecstasy…or simply No Ecstasy Here. Anyways, congrats on your honorable mention, Mr R.
Congrats. Jim on the Honourable Mention.
This is a walking, talking advert for lensbaby…. I’ve been wondering about this gadget for a while… now I’m convinced!
Super work Jim.
Hocus pocus, killer focus. Even an arachnophobic would love this baby.
Way 2 go Jim!!!
So delicate; fantastic detail….Congratulations Jim ~ !!!
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