Photographic Art Using Microscopy

November 20, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
Photographic artists wanting to expand their imaging horizons may be surprised where those horizons may be. You may be thinking in traditional photographic terms, but for real originality you can look at alternative optics to to place in front of your camera. Once example can be a telescope, and there are legions of astrophotographers out there that got into astronomy just for the imaging. Another less popular but just as powerful alternative is microsopy, photography through a microscope.

Written by: Kevin L. Moss, Publisher of DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY DAILY Follow TeachDigital on Twitter

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