Macro imaging   Leave a comment

Macrophotography straddles the line between ‘normal’ photography and microscopy. Unlike photography, the image magnification lies somewhere between 1x and 20x, and unlike microscopy, the image plane is not generated via an eyepiece. In our lab, we use macrophotography for fun, to explore the world right under our noses.

We use a Sony Alpha-850 camera body and the Luminar lenses to acquire most of the “Power of 10” images.


Posted August 28, 2010 by resnicklab

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