Photography and Science by Kelley Wilder
How do we know what an amoeba looks like? How can doctors see the details of our skeletons and internal organs? What enables us to see an exploding star in another galaxy? All of these things are made possible through the innovations of photography. Kelley Wilder here provides a primer on the remarkably fruitful applications of photography to science as she explores the multiple facets of this complex relationship.
22cm × 19cm
81 illustrations, 64 in colour
Published by Reaktion Books, November 2008
1 in stock