Combining the PHONE with a technique called focus stacking which we all know from our SLR cameras allows me to capture something...
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Nature Art

Alberta

Combining the PHONE with a technique called focus stacking which we all know from our SLR cameras allows me to capture something that was formerly impossible, tiny ice formations only a couple inches across, and make them look HUGE in the foreground here. The phone can focus closer than any professional camera and the tiny lens can be placed closer to the ground. The printability of the image is considerably less, however it does make for a unique perspective and a new kind of foreground you have probably never seen before. Photo © copyright by Marc Adamus.

New work - the past one year

Falls Frame
The Rift
Tower of the Gods
First Snow
Shist
Aspen Frame
Shattered Dawn
Folds of Time
Veil of Light
Holding On
Glacial Impressions
Layers of Autumn
Beaver Pond
Chief Mountain
Fall Painting
The Last Oak
Paradise
Fall Stripes
Snow Kingdom
S Curves
Fjordland
Goodlands
Summer Jewels
View of the Gods
Journey through the Forest
Magic Mirror
High Garden
Window to the Fjords
Night Curves
Duck Lake
Farewell, Tombstone
Canyon Desert
Grove of the Glacier
Earth Lines
Wind, Rain and Sun
Flamingo Dots
Emergent
Desert Patterns
The Finger
Nature Art
Winter Begins
Wicked Red
Ice Meadow
Winter Wild
Lost Island
Ice Rush
Jagged Curves
Hidden Below
Duneland
Heart of Gold
Fall to Winter
Endless Terrace
Denali Autumn
Divide Peak
Ghaf Dune
Storm Tower
Stairstep Desert
Pain Frame
Frozen Wind
Moonlight Energy
Ice Fall
Curves and Lines
Oryx Desert
Redrock Frame
Fjord Falls in Fall
African Desert Layers
Cloverleaf Desert
Downslope
Between Dunes and Mountains
Namibia Desert
Washed Stripes
Terrace Desert
Sand, Water and Light
Ice Throne
Shells
Twilight Fjord
Confusion