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Pollen may be associated by many of us in spring with hayfever, but as Swiss scientific photographer Martin Oeggerli reveals, it has a whole hidden life. Delving into the miniscule world of pollen, the “micronaut” shows that the grains are in fact very varied and very beautiful – and that they go to great lengths to have sex.His work recently featured ...Читать далее →
Omid is an Iranian photographer. Most of his work is macro and micro photography, he also loves photoshop and macro. I have been doing photography for maybe 6 months. Most of my work is macro and micro. And I love photoshop, Macro photography is my great passion.It’s where I can close the door on the outside world and open another one, in which ...Читать далее →
Steve Gschmeissner is a 61 year old Scientific Photographer from Bedford. He uses a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) to magnify his favourite specimens by up to a million times. The results show incredibly detailed images of insects that look like they’re from the latest Alien Invasion movie…Читать далее →
Polish photographer Demon that prefers to shoot in a relaxed classical style compared to the more traditional styles of portraiture. Always seeking to capture the essence of the subject or person being shot, Demon uses a collection of colour, black and white and sepia images.Читать далее →
Brandon Broll is a journalist specializing in science and medicine who has published stories on subjects as diverse as brain-mapping and crash-test dummies. His work has appeared in international publications, such as Reader’s Digest and the Guardian, and he has been the editor or science consultant on many books.Читать далее →