Japan in Bokeh – Kurita Shoots with the Petzval 55 MKII for LomoOdds

Japan is such a beautiful place that sometimes it's difficult to imagine how you can make it even more eye-catching. However, Kurita – the newest photographer to shoot for LomoOdds (a program that interviews creative minds who shoot with Lomography products) – was able to do so with the help of the new Petzval 55 MKII Art Lens.

© Kurita × Lomography Petzval 55 MKII Art Lens

Kurita captured sublime scenes with the Petzval 55 MKII – combining bokeh and natural light in an inviting way. The Tokyo-born photographer and children's apparel designer said that it took her a while to get a feel of the lens but was soon able to create moody and swirly photographs in typical Petzval style. Take a page from Kurita's photographic stylebook and try the Petzval 55 MKII Lens with a patterned background to get that beautiful bokeh!

© Kurita × Lomography Petzval 55 MKII Art Lens with models: Uchimura and Malin

Thank you, Kurita, for sharing your photos with us! See more of her amazing photos in her Instagram.

written by cheeo on 2020-03-23 #gear #places #bokeh #japan #petzval-55 #kurita #lomoodds

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