Photography in Science
Many areas of science rely upon photography as an essential tool. The eye cannot see anything close to what can be captured in photography. The use of long exposure has become very popular and also exposures taken through
telescopes can show extraordinary astronomical details otherwise unseen. Projects created with the use of microscopes such as the Micro-sculptures project by Levon Biss provide stunning images that can be shown on a scale of over 1000:1
Advancements in camera technology have also brought High-speed photography into a new light. Capturing a bullet in amazing detail as it travels through the air, is another example of science in photography. allows us to see a bullet in flight.