I thought a view of "inner landscape" might be of interest to our ultramicro photographers. -Art
Absolutely amazing Art, reminiscent if these, but of course far more technical. Do you have an electron microscope which you can fit a camera onto?
Hidden talents. :)
A photograph is the main output of an electron microscope. We use electrons which are focused by magnets to produce the images. When I started using an electron microscope in the early 1970s I would use extremely fine grain silver emulsion negatives to capture the image. Today, we use a microchip which directly captures the electron image so there is no need to develop them, and the images can be used directly for publications without ever having to make prints. We just submit them online. -Art
Here is a pdf of short publication of mine with electron micrographs that never got printed.
I have read some of the transcripts Art, so why were they not printed, ... and should I be reading them? Mind you they are way and above my level of study I have to say. :)
My publications are all printed in paper journals but when I submit a manuscript today the figures are digital and not photographs. Don't worry, I won't give you a test after you read my articles. ;> -Art
Phew! That's a relief Art, though I might be able to write my name at the top of the paper. ;>
superbe photo et sans avoir besoin d'un microscope pour la regarder !
amitiés de Varsovie
PS cette photo irait bien dans mon groupe "inclassable" d'avance merci !
Philippe, Thank you for all the nice comments and the like. The electron micrograph is many thousand times natural size, and the view is something very unusual in nature. So, your invitation to 'unclassified' will be considered. Best regards. -Art
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