Ever since I was given my first Kodak Brownie camera, I've been fascinated with the images on the negatives. I became even more interested with the advent of colour film.
The Negative button on the Images menu of Paint Shop Pro converts a digital image into its negative. I've found that sometimes structures that I haven't noticed in a colour photo stand out on the negative. It's a great discovery tool.
Here are some examples.
(Click on the images for enlargements.)
1. Raindrops on Agave Victoria Regina
2. Eucalyptus leaves
5. Hoary Tansy-Aster
6. Gossypium Thurberi (Desert Cotton)
8. Miniature Yellow Rose