I've been making images with the Scanning Electron Microscope since 2001. At first, I begun recording photos onto 2.5 "x2.9" film and now, it complements with direct digital capture. I work under a microscope SEM such as the Hitachi 2300 or the Stereoscan S-360 wich allows me to capture images of medium format film and get huge size image files. Today, I also use an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM) as Quanta 200, RTE 325/D8395 that allows captions in water vapor atmosphere and get good quality digital images. Next step is coloring these b&w pictures.This post processing of images, craftsman in the whole process, requires patience and expertise experience in coloring using software such as Photoshop. As a result of this process, you can enjoy the images below... they are a lot of work!
F1 : regarding data magnification is based on film 2.5x2.9 inch size
F2: regarding data magnification is based on film 2.5x2.5 inch size