This is a photo that I definitely want to duplicate (but with different trees.) As a huge fan of both landscape photography and nature photography, I think there is a lot of fun to be had incorporating more aspects of both into this type of photo.
Scannography quickly became one of my favorite experimental photographic processes when I first learned how to use it. My favorite thing about scannography is the ability to combine photographs with objects that weren’t originally in them to create something beautiful.
One of the things that I love most about photography is the ability to capture beauty in things that some people may never even take the time to take a second glance at. For example, until I had my camera out and was out shooting for my landscape photography class, I had never noticed the gorgeous ivy-like leaves growing on the back wall of my residence hall, which I had walked past heaven only knows how many times.