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Seeing Nature in a New Light through X-Ray Photography

Unique photo book re-enters the online market.


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Beyond Light: The X-Ray Photography of Nature
Written by Albert Koetsier
Beyond Light: The X-Ray Photography of Nature Written by Albert Koetsier

“You will see that x-rays help you see the world in another light.”

Originally published in 2014, Beyond Light, a unique photography book has been republished through LitFire on October 2015. The book features black and white photographs that artist Albert Koetsier took using a Faxitron X-Ray generator.

In the book, Koetsier questions his readers, “Everybody knows that you need light to be able to see things. But is that really true?”

As a person who has been fond of photography, even in his younger years, he was inspired to explore x-rayography in 1969 when he was on a service trip in Würtzberg. However, it wasn’t until the early 1980s that he began to practice his new hobby.

Moreover, the award-winning artist tells his readers, “You will see that x-rays help you see the world in another light.”

Many other artists have also begun taking up x-rayography, but Koetsier’s fans have always seen his works as far more superior than others.

Get to know the man behind the beautiful photographs through the website he has put up to showcase his unique photographs. You may view his gallery at www.beyondlight.com.
 
 
 
 
Beyond Light: The X-Ray Photography of Nature
Written by Albert Koetsier
Paperback | $ 24.00
 
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com and all other online book retailers.
 
About the Author

Albert Koetsier was born in the Netherlands. At the age of 8, he became fascinated with the concept of photography and shortly thereafter built his first homemade camera, made out of an old matchbox and a pair of magnifying glasses. He used to work as an X-ray professional in Phillips and Siemens. With his experience in using X-rays and his fondness for photography, he was able to come up with a unique hobby: X-ray photography. He took photographs of nature elements, such as flowers, plants, shells, and many more.


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