By now you would've already heard about Lomography's new art lens, the Nour Triplet V 2.0/64 Bokeh Control Art Lens. We're excited to finally share the news with everyone and showcase its artistic capabilities!
The lens is equipped with a dedicated spherical aberration control knob for three powerful bokeh effects: soft bokeh, classic and bubble. Today we're exploring the Nour Triplet V Lens' bubble bokeh effect. Let's get into it!
We had a few artists from all over the world try out the new lens and some of the photos they came out with are truly outstanding!
The Nour Triplet V Lens shines in portraits like these taken by photographers Ingridi Viruel, Nick Collingwood, Calvin Fu and Kazuyuki Omori where the bokeh can emphasize subjects beautifully by separating them against the bubble bokeh background.
Lomography's new art lens has a focal length of 64 mm and a maximum shutter speed of f/2.0. It is compatible with full-frame mirrorless Canon RF, Nikon Z and Sony E mount cameras, making it the perfect versatile companion for that dreamy experimental photoshoot whether in well-lit or low-light settings.
Its bokeh control and soft focus capabilities also extend to creative videography. The Nour Triplet V Art Lens' control knob will surely prop up any scene with mesmerizingly smooth transitions between soft-focus to the sharp bubble bokeh.
The Nour Triplet V art lens pays homage to scientist Hasan Ibn al-Haytham, whose dedication to knowledge-seeking played a huge role in the development of optical theories which remain relevant to us today, such as the occurrence of spherical aberrations which the new lens so brilliantly takes advantage of.
Are you excited to try out the new lens? Share your thoughts with us below!
You can now find our Nour Triplet V 2.0/64 Bokeh Control Art Lens on Kickstarter.