Inspiration Hut - Unbelievable Macro Snowflake Photography by Andrew Osokin
Here you will find some breathtaking macro snowflake photography by Andrei Osokin, he is currently living in Moscow. Andrew also photographs insects and r
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REAL Canadian Snow! In 2006 I took my first snowflake images and was fascinated with the results. Inspired by <a href="http://library.ssec.wisc.edu/bentley/" rel="noreferrer nofollow">Wilson Bentley‘s</a> pioneering efforts and after reading Edward R, Lachapelle’s book “Field Guide to Snow Crystals”, I decided to experiment more. My set-up is a Nikon D200 with a reversed 24mm lens and extension tubes mounted on a copy stand. The crystals fall on a piece of black foam core and those that…
Designer Snowflakes - -- a real sliver of ice, grown from water vapor, but created under controlled conditions in the laboratory. They might also be called synthetic crystals, but I call them designer snowflakes because I am free to design the final shape by changing the temperature and humidity as the crystal grows. SnowCrystals.com
The Beauty of Snowflakes Up Close (24 pics)
A physics professor from the California Institute of Technology has studied snowflakes since 1997. Using specialize equipment, he shows the real beauty of snowflakes.
Winter's Epic Hidden Microscopic Beauty In The Snowflake
Using his inquisitive mind, Vermont farmer Wilson A. Bentley became known as 'Snowflake' Bentley, the first person to successfully photograph a snowflake.
Extreme macro view of real snowflake | Marion Owen Photography
Extreme macro view of a real snowflake photographed in situ through a microscope in Anchorage, Alaska.