Macro insect images made of thousands of separate photos scanned nanometer by nanometer with microscopic lens


Different from ordinary macro photos, each of these macro insect images is made of 8000 ~ 10000 separate photos, photographer Levon Biss uses microscopic lens to scan the insects nanometer by nanometer and combines thousands images together with image editing software, the process of a single image spends up to 2 ~ 3 weeks. With the help of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Levon Biss finished the project named “Microsculpture”, which shows us the intricate beauty of insects in perfect detail.

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