Gallery


On this page, I publish some of my work in photography. It is mostly related to science, technology and engineering.

My pictures


On this page, I publish some of my work in photography. It is mostly related to science, technology and engineering topics.

All of this content is under CC0 license: you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission. Although credit is non compulsory, it would be appreciable.

Camera sensor

Camera sensor

A CMOS sensor die in a CCTV camera.

Ladybug (Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata)

Ladybug (Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata)

Top view of a 3.5mm long Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata found near Rouen.

Ladybug (Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata)

Ladybug (Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata)

Underside view of a 3.5mm long Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata found near Rouen.

Integrated circuit die

Integrated circuit die

Silicon die of an unknown integrated circuit in a ceramic package.

Spider (Salticidae)

Spider (Salticidae)

Top view of a jumping spider found near Rouen. The abdomen is 1mm long.

Spider (Salticidae)

Spider (Salticidae)

Front view of a jumping spider. The pair of big eyes (anterior median eyes) is built like a telescopic tube and gives very good vision while the 3 secondary pairs gives it a 360° field of view.

Moss (Bryophyta)

Moss (Bryophyta)

Dried up moss found on an ash tree, near Rouen.

Mosquito (Culicidae)

Mosquito (Culicidae)

Front of a mosquito found near Rouen.

LCD pixels

LCD pixels

Red, green and blue subpixels of a TFT LCD display showing a white picture.

Electronic ink display

Electronic ink display

Close-up view on an e ink display (Amazon Kindle Paperwhite). The microcapsules that form the image are clearly visible.

Match head

Match head

The head of a security match (containing sulfur, potassium chlorate, fillers and glass powder).

Wing of a Drosophila

Wing of a Drosophila

The leading edge of the wing of a fruit fly (Drosophila), found in Paris.

"Foot" of a fly

Foot end of a musca domestica. The beige colored appendices are sticky while the claws can help the fly pry its footpads loose.