A single subject can be the source of multiple images. A single head of common teasel is quite interesting when considered carefully.
Focus stacking can be used to extend depth of field by combining the partially focused portions of multiple images to form a single completely sharp image.
This is a very simple post of photos of two fawns taken in different years and different seasons.
Goldenrod and insect populations are most numerous in the late summer and early fall, making it a great time to collect some macro photographs of them.
This post is a collection of images taken in and around Denver Colorado, including a few pictures from the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden Colorado.
Sometimes a single photograph cannot represent a scene the way it is remembered by the observer because the camera has less dynamic range than the eye.
This gallery was created from digitally scanned medium format film. This film size produces high resolution images capable of significant enlargement.
Old film negatives and slides can be given new life by converting them into digital images, and many images can be improved with image editing software.