Posts Tagged ‘Macro Photography’
 
Posted in Art in Nature, Art+Science, Photography, Science by Brittany on May 13th, 2014
 

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

When you think of mushrooms — or fungi — the first thought that comes to mind is not usually how beautiful, or pretty, or fascinating they are. Generally fungus is associated, to no fault of its own, with negative thoughts like gross or weird.

Steve Axford has changed that.

A photographer based  in Australia, Axford has captured some rare and undiscovered types of mushrooms. The colors, textures and overall images are so pleasing to look at that you would never think the subject was fungi. Ranging from temperate fungi (well-known) to tropical fungi (not-so-well-documented) Axford seeks out the most intriguing, visually and scientifically, animals, plants and people to photograph.

We think he’s done an amazing job with this series, check out his Flickr for even more photos.

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

Photographer Steve Axford makes Mushrooms look Beautiful

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Via Colossal

 
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Posted in Art in Nature, Photography by Brittany on April 15th, 2014
 

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

It isn’t a new notion to focus on insects and water droplets and all things tiny when delving into the world of macro photography. However, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko has revealed a new world to us through his macro photography: the world of snails.

His photographs seem to convey a quiet, peaceful and slow-moving world that we humans are just too big to understand. These delicate moments are captured in some of the most bright and colorful scenery. It’s almost as if these images are straight out of a fairytale movie.

Take a look at some of the moments Mishchenko has captured below, and try to imagine the moments in that snail’s daily life that you are witnessing.

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

 

Macro Photography Reveals the Intimate World of Snails

 

Via Demilked

 

 
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Posted in Art+Science, Inspiration, International, Just Cool, Science by Courtney on April 12th, 2013
 

Gorgeous Macro Photography of The Elements

Check out these absolutely brilliant photos by Japanese chemist and photographer, R. Tanaka. His goal was to capture a microscopic look into some of the world’s most photogenic elements, and he’s managed to do just that. We’re blown away by this rare mix of art + science, and his ability to turn these mysterious substances into a work of beauty and intrigue. He’s managed to bring the periodic table of elements to life with his fascinating project.

Watch him turn elements such as bismuth, platinum, and even lead into art below.

Gorgeous Macro Photography of The Elements

Bismuth

Gorgeous Macro Photography of The Elements

Gold

Gorgeous Macro Photography of The Elements

Osmium

Gorgeous Macro Photography of The Elements

Tellurium

Gorgeous Photography of The Elements

Lead

Photo credit: Neatorama 

 
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