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Sur cette page, vous trouverez mes photographies, notamment sur des sujets de sciences et technologies.

Mes photographies


Sur cette page, vous trouverez mes photographies, principalement sur des sujets de sciences et de technologies.

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Butterfly wing scale

Butterfly wing scale

Scale from the top surface of a butterfly wing (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM). The ridges interract with light to create vibrant colors.

The Moon (full)

The Moon (full)

Moon with a Canon EOS 100D (1/1250s exposure, ISO 800) through my Celestron Travelscope70 (70×400mm).

NEOWISE Comet (C/2020 F3)

NEOWISE Comet (C/2020 F3)

NEOWISE comet, 3s exposure with a Canon EOS 100D through my Celestron Travelscope70 (70×400mm) on 19/07/2020 at 22:58 UTC. Exposure, contrast and brightness adjusted.

Green pepper stalk cells

Green pepper stalk cells

Cells from the stalk of a green pepper (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).

Green pepper skin cells

Green pepper skin cells

Epidermal cells from a green pepper (12.5× eyepiece, 10× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).

Red onion epidermal cells

Red onion epidermal cells

Epidermal cells from an red onion (12.5× eyepiece, 25× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).

Skin of an egg

Skin of an egg

Thin skin between the shell and white of eggs (12.5× eyepiece, 40× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM).

Stomata of Crassula Ovata

Stomata of Crassula Ovata

Stomata of a Succulent Crassula Ovata (Jade plant) leaf (12.5× eyepiece, 100× objective, no staining on a Leitz SM). Chloroplasts are seen in the gard cells.

Onion epidermal cells

Onion epidermal cells

Large epidermal cells from an onion (12.5× eyepiece, 25× objective on a Leitz SM).

Vulcain rocket motor

Vulcain rocket motor

Vulcain 1 rocket motor (Ariane 5) at Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris.

The Moon

The Moon

Moon through my Celestron Travelscope70 (70×400mm) with Logitech C270 camera (modified for astrophotography).

Butterfly wing

Butterfly wing

The top surface of a Danaus chrysippus butterfly wing.

Camera sensor

Camera sensor

A CMOS sensor die from 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)

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.

Velcro (hook side)

Velcro (hook side)

The hook (hard) side of Velcro tape.

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 back

Electronic ink display back

Close-up view on the back of an e-ink display (price tag). The plates are electrodes that move the charged pigment.

Electronic ink display

Electronic ink display

Close-up view on an e-ink display (price tag). 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.