July 10, 2013

Deborah Maple.web

“It has become much harder, in the past century, to tell where the garden leaves off and pure nature begins.”

-Michael Pollan, The Botany of Desire


FOCUS:  Photo Technique (Scanned Images)

I thought I’d try a new photo technique today by using my computer’s flatbed scanner as the medium for my photography.  This particular technique has developed an almost cult-like following, and the results can be quite amazing.  Since this was my first attempt at using my scanner this way, I thought I’d start off by simply using plant clippings from my yard as my subject matter.  After scanning the images, I inverted the photos in Photoshop to give them an x-ray feel to them.  I think the results are pretty cool.  Maybe I’ll explore this technique a little more over the next few days…


Eastern Redbud.web

Variegated Creeper.web

Feather Reed Grass.web

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