Light thru Glass
A Question of Scale by Reciprocity © All rights reserved.
Analog images of the refraction patterns of light passing through textured glass objects. The glass used for this one is clear, colour has been introduced by inserting coloured optical filters into the light beam. The image is captured directly on to 35mm film, there is no camera lens ( this is a photogram using film instead of photographic paper). No Photoshop is used only Picasa2 for alignment and cropping. The negative film was lab processed and a print scanned for uploading.
shockwaves of light view the Slideshow © All rights reserved.
Every time you switch on a light bulb,
10 to the power of 15 (a million times a billion) visible photons, the elementary particles of light, are illuminating the room in every second. If that is too many for you, light a candle.
A Single-Photon Server with Just One Atom from the Max Planck Institute