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How Photographers Help Scientists See Differently

October 13, 2017

© Matthew Cicanese

In Sri Lanka, Matthew Cicanese photographed lichenologist Gothamie Weerakoon in Horton Plains National Park.

Science photographers collaborate with scientists to gain access to subjects they want to photograph. Through partnerships with researchers, photographers are invited into the lab and into the field to create images that communicate complex subjects to the public, grant-makers and other researchers. And photographers are also helping scientists by using imaging technology to capture phenomena they wouldn’t otherwise see. To...

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