The world around us is not always visible to the human eye. Sometimes some photographers can perceive the art that is hidden from our eyes, and that’s what Justin Zoll did that he found in the crystals of the most widespread substance used by the men of the spectacular colored motifs through not the lenses of a lens , but those of a microscope.
The art of nature through microscope images
The 29-year-old photographer, Justin M. Zoll, has recently published a collection of images that are achieving great success on the net.
Already at a first glance you can guess the reason for this success: the images are captivating, chromatic, inspirational and very out of the ordinary. The intuition of this young photographer was to use a microscope to get innovative images.
The subjects of the images are the result of the crystallization of many substances common and known to all, such as Vitamin C, aspirin, caffeine and various amino acids. The crystallization of these substances produces wonderful chaotic and chromatic schemes, opening to the human experience a world not visible to the naked eye.
Furthermore, these images mark the boundary between art and science. In fact, nature proves to be the first great artist who can inspire both scientists and artists.
The photographer used polarized filters placed on the light source to obtain the chromatic effects of the photographed crystals. The photographer confirms that there has been no digital manipulation of the acquired images.