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Microphotography

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  • 1. Microphotography
  • 2. Museum f ü r Fotografie Inspiration for the presentation was an exhibition in Museum f ü r Fotografie in Berlin.
  • 3. Microphotography - what is that?
    • A photography taken through a microscope or similar device to show a magnified image of an item .
    • John B. Dancer used it for the first time in 1839; he achieved reduction ratio of 160:1.
    • For many years was perceived as “somewhat trifling and childish.” Dictionary of Photography, 1858.
    • Since 20th century – two separated ways of develop-ment – art and science.
  • 4. Carrot
  • 5. Soy sauce
  • 6. Microchip
  • 7. Penicillin
  • 8. Worm with children
  • 9. Agate
  • 10. Soap film
  • 11. Shaving cream with water
  • 12. Snowflake
  • 13. Bee with pollen
  • 14. Brine shrimp
  • 15. Caffeine crystals
  • 16. Beer bubble
  • 17. Cotton fiber
  • 18. Drop of water
  • 19. Art or science – choice is yours

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