PHOTOGRAPHY / MICROSCOPIC INSECTS by Steve Gschmeissner

Microscopic Insect Photography by Steve Gschmeissner

Steve Gschmeissner is a 61 year old Scientific Photographer from Bedford. He uses a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) to magnify his favourite specimens by up to a million times. The results show incredibly detailed images of insects that look like they’re from the latest Alien Invasion movie…

Scientific photographer Steve Gschmeissner, 61, from Bedford, uses a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) to magnify his favourite specimens by up to a million times. The results show incredibly detailed images of creepy crawlies in 3D.

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Otto Hunt
Otto Hunt

Electron microscopes produce black and white images. Where did the color come from?

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