Constant adds colors and other digital elements to images taken by Cris Orfescu.
Caceta is a computer specialist in Brazil who scans and colors her own images. A few years ago, she won 5th place in the festival for her image of nano-tulips.
Orfescu prefers not to reveal what the microscopic image is taken from – he wants the viewer to simply experience the landscape itself, along with his colorful interpretation.
Lapshin is a scientist at a Nanotechnology lab in Moscow. In this image, he juxtaposed pictures of a real pipe organ with nanostructure that reminded him of an organ, adding color to make his point.
A human hair magnified a thousand times.
Luckily this creature is not about to barge through New York City like Cloverfield. It's a hydrothermal worm, just half a millimeter long, which lives deep in the ocean.
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