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Close-up: an industrial robot photographs the finest details of the human face

01
Apr
2014

Swiss photographer Daniel Boschung created the series Face Cartography by using a robot to take high-megapixel pictures of peoples faces, blowing up their features to striking detail. While macro photography like this isnt new, Boschung is slightly more removed from the process because he uses an ABB industrial robot with an attached Canon EOS Mark ll camera and a 180mm macro lens to capture hundreds of single shots of each subject. Emotions show up only briefly while macro photography takes half an hour, Boschung explains on his website. Boschung seems to have an affinity for macro photography, using similar methods to take detailed photos of insects and paintings.

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