Sunflowers

Fall 2016 - Volume 20 Number 4

Sun

Sunflowers
scanography
Bridget Bourgon, PA-C

This digital image of sunflowers was created on a flatbed scanner—the scanner is the camera, the light source, and the tabletop. The resulting image has significantly enhanced optical resolution and limited depth of field, which produces unique shadows, increased sharpness, and color saturation.

Ms Bourgon is a retired Physician Assistant from Urgent Care at Kaiser Permanente Orange County in Santa Ana, CA. More of Ms Bourgon’s images may be seen at: www.bridgetbourgon.com/unscented.

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