British Photographer Recreates Beautiful Insects As Microsculptures

British Photographer Recreates Beautiful Insects As Microsculptures

Commercial photographer has discovered an intricate way to take up-close photos of insects

Anna Johansson
  • 1 june 2016

Levon Biss was a commercial sports and portrait photographer with a particular talent and skill for capturing detail in his images. As most artists with a clear talent for detail, he was obviously destined for more. The British photographer then decided to harness his photography talent in a project to make some of the world’s tiniest creatures more visible. At the beginning of May, Levon displayed his collection of highly detailed, beautiful insect photographs online. He called the exhibit Microsculpture, and it was an instant hit.

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