by Milo Smith
I was going over my work from 2022 and came across a few images I would like to share.
This is a landscape taken on Proctor Road. Cropped and up-sampled. [When one up-samples, pixels are added based on an algorithm which makes the images larger. One can also down sample to make the image smaller.] It looks peaceful.
Here is a backlit morning glory in Cooper’s Marsh. I am very taken with backlit images, especially flowers.
Here is a salt crystal (8mm per edge). It is a 9-shot focus stack to get everything sharp. Focus-stack means I took a number of images focused at different points on the subject, then the software selects the sharpest parts from each and builds a composite image which shows the subject sharper than one shot could do.
This is a box elder bug and is a 13-shot focus stack. This one is very dead. Kill ‘em all!
Finally a close-up of a wire sax player sculpture against a white background. The whole image was inverted to give the ghostly effect.
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I especially enjoy the morning glory. It reminds that this is the first flower I remember identifying with a name as a small child. My great grandmother grew them by her house.
Some nice works Milo….
I love the one of the Box Elder bug. Those EYES!
I love the fun of the sax player.