Barry Rothstein  


Butterfly - Pinecone by Barry Rothstein

July 2021 - Butterfly - Pinecone

July 2021 - Barry Rothstein

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July 2021 - Barry Rothstein

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About the Image(s)

I shot this image I called "Butterfly - Pinecone" in December, 2004 with a Canon G2, a relatively early and very good 4 megapixel digital camera. The left and right images were separated by 2.5 inches using a home-made slide bar produced with aluminum sliding door track.

One of my earliest outdoor phantograms, this was included in my first book "Phantograms from Nature". The phantogram effect was created in Photoshop by cropping to the corners of the frame sides in both the left and right shots.


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3 comments posted




Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
Barry, this is a very busy image, but it works. The combination of the butterfly, pine cones, and branches come together very nicely. You did a good job of making the phantogram. I have a butterfly garden in my front yard and I love butterflies. well done.   Posted: 07/04/2021 12:33:08



Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
Interesting view, Barry. I agree it is a busy view but is effective.   Posted: 07/05/2021 09:50:58



David Allen   David Allen
Interesting phantogram, but I like phantograms that pop up out of the image. The top branches don't even seem to be above the window. Somehow the butterfly looks odd, but I can't tell why.   Posted: 07/09/2021 13:02:42