120122_era1_03 on Flickr.
This is a good example of tilt-swing selective defocus with a view camera. The plane of the lens and the film plane are angled in opposite directions, along both the horizontal and vertical axes, to give just a small area of sharp focus - the rest gets blurred. However, anything else lying on the line of intersection, in this image part of the sky, will also be in focus. It’s quite different from using a simple Lensbaby.
When composing in this way what you see is what you get, so you can take full control to emphasise whatever is important. I need to use this for figurative work.