X-Ray: See Through the World Around You

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Goodman, 2013 - Photography - 224 pages
We think of an X-ray as a diagnostic or security tool—but it's much more. As award-winning photographer Nick Veasey shows in this eye-opening collection, X-rays reveal worlds hidden beneath the surface. Veasey, often in collaboration with scientists and medical personnel, uses a variety of specialized equipment to create stunningly ethereal images of everything from tulips to tractors. They'll alter the way you perceive even the most everyday object.

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About the author (2013)

Nick Veasey is an award-winning photographer whose studio is a converted RADAR station on a hill in Kent. Nick has appeared on television in the USA (on the Today show) and the UK. His X-ray photography has been featured in newspapers around the world, including the New York Daily News in the USA. His work has also been published in Time, the Creative Review, Professional Photographer, Photo Magazine, and the British Journal of Photography. You can find out more about Nick and his work on his website: nickveasey.com.

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