Photography: Through the Lens of a Microscope (Part #2)

So yes, I have still been playing with the small digital microscope we purchased for a science fair project.  What can I say, I’m inquisitive 🙂  Okay – hooked. The microscope only has 250 magnification, so it’s not that powerful.  We just needed to be able to take good photographs of bacteria, so we didn’t need much power.

 

I guess you could say, perhaps it was a good thing that my “regular” camera is not working…  But my!  The images I can take with this thing is pretty incredible.  After taking the images – I sometimes keep them as-is, but I am also learning to have fun with photo editing software.  Anyway, I hope you enjoy!

 

Hidden Sorrows19

Shaken18

 

Give Me a Letter17

Waves of Blue16

Along Your Spine15

Spread Your Wings14

Neon Dreams13

 

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. leigha66 says:

    Beautiful… some great shots again!

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      1. leigha66 says:

        You’re welcome!

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  2. interesting captions and wonderful pictures Sum,my favourites are wings and neon dreams but i love the captions `hidden sorrows’.`shaken’ and `give me a letter’ perfect and clever 🙂 love and hugs

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      So glad you liked them. You know me – I get bored and like to experiment. This was a fun find and I doubt I will tire of it soon 🙂

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  3. Isabel Caves says:

    “Hidden Sorrows” and “Neon dreams” are my favourites 🙂

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    1. Sumyanna says:

      Thank you. I had fun making these. Nice to see things a bit differently sometimes 🙂

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