It was a delightful surprise when experimenting with the scanner that the subject of this work, an antique porcelain vase, dried garlic seed pods, and a tiny snail, appeared to fly off the glass. This is a photo scan where no camera, no negative, no digital intervention was used. In this case, the subject is four poppies and the equipment a scanner, black cloth, and a laptop computer. The scanner's point source of light, like the sun, reveals every detail that is on the glass but any details not flat on the glass are thrown into soft focus, much like the results attained with a view camera to control depth of field. This is one in a series of plants, fruits, and vegetables that I call "humble" the vegetation of every day.
Photography:Color on Canvas
Size:120 W x 125 H x 0.1 D in
Ready to Hang:No
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