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How are the photographs taken with a 3D microscope different than those taken with a regular camera? How are they similar? With the microscope the pictures are taken really close to the object and you can see details that you can’t actually see with the nakedeye. They’re similar because they’re capturing something, like an animal. How can photography allow us to view the world around us in different ways? Photography allows us to see the world with more detail. How did the grains of sand from the moon differ from the grains of sand from the earth? Every grain of sand is unique and different because they’re made out of cells, and rocks. The sand from the moon is made from vaporized meteorites and some lava flows. Of the micro photographs in the video, which one did you like the best? Why? My favourite picture was of the bee because I didn’t know that a bee has thousands of eyes and sensory hairs.
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If you were given a 3D microscope to use for photography, which object(s) would you most want to photograph? Why?
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