Last Updated on 05/31/2016 by Chris Gampat
All images by Levon Biss. Used with permission from WeTransfer.
While some of you may not want to see bugs right before lunch hour, Levon Biss recently unveiled Microsculpture: a series all about Levon trying to experiment creatively with subject matter far different from his sports and commercial work.
It’s Macro photography taken to the extreme. While Macro photographer (the hardcore ones at least) use focus stacking and other techniques, Levon’s project is quite a bit more involved. Each final rendered photo contains around 8,000 images stitched together. At 36MP and in combination with a microscope attachment on a 200mm prime lens. Levon painstakingly created these final photos.
You should check out the video on how he did this after the jump.