10,000 Stacked Photos Create Insanely Detailed Insect Portraits | The Creators Project
British photographer Levon Biss’ macrophotography turns 10mm insects into massive 10′ prints in new exhibition, Microsculpture, opening later this month at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The photos in the show feature specimens, 25 in total, from the museum’s collection, magnified so that their microscopic bodies are able to be viewed in incredible detail.
The photos, which range in size, are shown next to the much smaller insect specimens themselves. They were chosen from the collection for their interesting colors and shapes, the ‘microsculptures’ of the title referring to the contours and sculptural qualities of the insects’ forms.
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