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bubble art photography by tomoya matsuura

bubble art photography by tomoya matsuura | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
entangled in the threads like a fragment of the microscopic world, an ephemeral world of highly detailed organic sculptures are created with bubbles.
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Life in miniature: The incredible 'dancing' microscopic creatures one photographer found in his garden pond

Life in miniature: The incredible 'dancing' microscopic creatures one photographer found in his garden pond | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
For his video Ralph Grimm was awarded first prize in the 2012 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition, which every year celebrates the best in microscopic photography.
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Close-Up Photography of the Periodic Table's Elements

Close-Up Photography of the Periodic Table's Elements | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Photographer R. Tanaka of Japan enjoys taking photos of landscapes, cats and elements from the periodic table. Through his lens and eye he captures the mystery of each element he photographs. Photos of Bismuth, Osmium and Thallum are just a few of the many elements he focuses on.

As an executive head of microphoto-studio Cat’s Glove, Tanaka focuses on a myriad of forms including photomacrography, macrophotography and photomicroscopy. He also engages in science photography, mineral and crystals photography. While his breadth of work is vast (if that word can be applied to such small work), his primary area of work is focused chiefly in organic-metallic chemistry and crystallography. Check out more of his work on his flickr or website.

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An Electron Microscope Reveals The Hidden Horrors Of Processed Foods

An Electron Microscope Reveals The Hidden Horrors Of Processed Foods | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
One of the most powerful tools in a scientist’s arsenal is the scanning electron microscope (SEM), which uses a beam of electrons to magnify a specimen up to 30,000 times its actual size.
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