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Spectacular Photography by Fabian Oefner

Fabian Oefner is an art photographer, who often uses scientific phenomena to create his images, being it sound waves, that make color “dance”, flour balloons, that look like cotton blossoms, when they burst or strange materials and liquids. He lives near Zurich, Switzerland where he runs a photo studio.

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Macro Photography – See the World at Close

The world around us is amazing and diverse. Our eyes allow us to perceive the surrounding world in colors, sizes, and resolution most suitable for our perception. But the capabilities of human vision are somewhat limited, so that we cannot perceive adequately certain aspects of the existing surrounding world. For example, we cannot see very …

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Macro Photography – a Close-Up View at the Macrocosm

Close-up photos of tiny objects usually refer to macro photography. In order to succeed with macro photos one should equip his photo camera with a specifically designed macro lens, offering typical magnification ratio of 1:1. This ratio denotes that the object will appear on the photo sensor in the same size as it is in …

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