Engineer-cum-businessman and artist Yoon Hanjong takes photographs of elaborate electronic components using a visual inspection systems for electronic components (hereinafter referred to as an inspection system) to see just how finely the human eye can see. These seemingly pared-down photographs speak volumes about current technology, vision, and perception. First of all, the process of producing these pictures is quite distinct from that of the common photographs we know. Of course, photographs taken by machines have a different purpose. The photographs Yoon takes with an inspection system have a clear purpose: to detect defects on the surface of an electronic component.
Yoon took pictures of electronic components measuring 1.0×0.5㎜ using a lens with a magnification of 1.5x by flashing a 6W(Red/Green/Blue) LED light at different angles.
Yoon has produced his works using this system which he has developed and sold.