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Using His Head Photograph by Max Aguilera-Hellweg, M.D.
Pathologist Rudolf Virchow is credited with being the first to suggest, in the 1800s, that disease begins at the cellullar level. A human skull displayed at the Berlin Museum of Medical History, which houses Virchow's collection of medical specimens, is the product of stem cells—the immature cells that give rise to every part of the human body. (Read Aguilera-Hellweg's field notes.)
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Photo Fast Facts
Camera: Ebony SV45 Film Type: Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus Readyload Lens: Schneider Macro-Symmar HM 120mm, f/5.6 Speed and F-Stop: Unrecorded @ f/22
Weather Conditions: Indoors Time of Day: Afternoon Lighting Techniques: Two Profoto heads on an Acute2R 1200 Pro Value Pack. I used a Profoto Hardbox with barndoors on one of them and a grid on the other. Special Equipment or Comments: I tried to maximize the depth of field.