Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

April 18, 2013 | in Photography

We hope this post will attract the attention of not only fans of chemistry and photography, but it will convince those who don’t like chemistry that it is very interesting. Let’s take a look at macro photos of some of the chemical elements.

This project is called Elements. Its author is the Japanese photographer R. Tanaka, who heads a microphotography studio named Cat’s glove. The studio offers a large range of services: macro photography, photo microscopy, and other forms of cooperation with scientists.

Bismuth.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Ruthenium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Gold.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Palladium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Silver.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Platinum.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Sulfur.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Iridium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Cobalt.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Osmium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Niobium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Nickel.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Copper.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Zinc.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Gallium.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Bor.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography

Iodine.
Chemical Elements in Macro Photography
Photo by R. Tanaka

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