Monday Micro – Bioluminescent bacteria photobooth

By Siouxsie Wiles 14/04/2014

For those curious how our bioluminescent photo booth went at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) recently, the results are up on Flickr. As a quick reminder, the light being used to illuminate the subjects was being supplied by glowing bacteria growing on large petri dishes. We used a 6 second exposure to take the pictures which has led to some interesting photos. Going by the number of blurry faces, I think it’s safe to say that most children can’t sit still for that long! Take a look and see if you recognise anyone. Here’s my favourite:


0 Responses to “Monday Micro – Bioluminescent bacteria photobooth”

  • Reminds me of flushing the loo on a yaught off the Scillies Uk .
    Light fantastic !!