Church of Keota, Colorado Prairie Ghost Town – Polaroid Image Transfer

November 10, 2010 – 7:58 pm | Comments Off on Church of Keota, Colorado Prairie Ghost Town – Polaroid Image Transfer
Church of Keota, Colorado Prairie Ghost Town – Polaroid Image Transfer

Methodist Church of Keota, one of Colorado prairie ghost towns 4×5″ Polaroid image transfer from 35 mm slide from my old Lost Colorado portfolio September 1997.

The church with its unusual corner bell tower was built in 1918. The complete bell tower can still be seen …

Old Abandoned Grain Elevator at Pierce, Colorado

August 21, 2008 – 12:46 am | Comments Off on Old Abandoned Grain Elevator at Pierce, Colorado

Old grain elevator at Pierce, Weld County, Colorado shot after a heavy rain.

This picture is available for licensing and for purchase as a print from my Colorado Farmland portfolio.

Crocuses – Springtime Coming to My Scanner

March 28, 2008 – 6:50 pm | Comments Off on Crocuses – Springtime Coming to My Scanner
Crocuses – Springtime Coming to My Scanner

A row of crocuses – first flowers from my garden on a scanner this year. You can see more scanner pictures in Nuts, grain and beans lightbox of my iStockphoto portfolio. Concerning microstock these pictures are selling better on Shutterstock and Fotolia.

Camera: Epson 4870 flatbed scanner

Related posts:
3D Objects on My Scanner: Let’s Go Nuts!
Garlic Growing on My Epson Scanner

Happy Valentine!

February 14, 2008 – 6:17 pm | Comments Off on Happy Valentine!
Happy Valentine!

I didn’t shoot any pictures specially for Valentine Day, but you can find several images with a heart or love motif in my Dreamstime portfolio.

3D Objects on My Scanner: Let’s Go Nuts!

January 13, 2008 – 6:29 pm | Comments Off on 3D Objects on My Scanner: Let’s Go Nuts!
3D Objects on My Scanner: Let’s Go Nuts!

Walnuts, pecans, Brazilian nuts, hazelnuts and almonds. Another example from my adventures in scanography.

Camera: Epson 4870 flatbed scanner

Related post: Garlic Growing on My Epson Scanner

Garlic Growing on My Epson Scanner

January 9, 2008 – 6:12 pm | Comments Off on Garlic Growing on My Epson Scanner
Garlic Growing on My Epson Scanner

One of my first attempts in scanography: a garlic bulb starting to grow. It looks that I am hooked to scanning 3D objects, so more similar pictures will follow.

Camera: Epson 4870 flatbed scanner

There are many on-line galleries devoted to scanner art and several how-to articles. I would suggest to start your adventure in scanography with reading Use a flatbed scanner as a camera by Vincent de Groot and following some links from his article. The nice thing about scanography is that even a cheap flatbed scanner works just fine for this purpose.

Related post: Let’s Go Nuts!

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