MicroSculpture Macro Photography Of Insects Composed of 10,000 Images by Levon Biss


Levon Biss captures extremely detailed macro photographs of a range of insects for his series Microsculpture

He uses a 36 megapixel Nikon D810, and each image is made up of around 8-10,000 individual photographs, using a 10x microscope objective attached via a 200mm prime lens, and the images are then stacked together to form one image.

The website microsculpture.net lets you view the insects, and zoom in to see incredible levels of detail. We’ve featured some of our favourites below…

  1. 1 Iridescent Bark Mantis


  2. 2 Detail of Iridescent Bark Mantis


  3. 3 Detail of Iridescent Bark Mantis


  4. 4 Tortoise Beetle


  5. 5 Detail of Tortoise Beetle


  6. 6 Detail of Tricolored Jewel Beetle


  7. 7 Tricolored Jewel Beetle


  8. 8 Shield Bug



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