Microscopic photography

Explore the fascinating world of microscopic photography and discover stunning images of small-scale subjects. Unveil hidden details and gain a new perspective with these top ideas for capturing the unseen.
A high energy beam scanner, called a scanning electron micrograph, was used to capture this image, which shows the surface of a human tongue. The protruding objects, called filiform papillae, can sense pressure. The flaky appearance of the papillae results from the fact that they are constantly shedding their skin to increase sensitivity. Human Body, Tongue, Human Tongue, Things Under A Microscope, Dentistry, Dental, Microscopic Images, Microscopic, Anatomy And Physiology

A high energy beam scanner, called a scanning electron micrograph, was used to capture this image, which shows the surface of a human tongue. The protruding objects, called filiform papillae, can sense pressure. The flaky appearance of the papillae results from the fact that they are constantly shedding their skin to increase sensitivity. Source: Science Photo/Photo Researchers

Avatar
Robert Fleming-Jones