Snappy Sammy Photography
 
        some kind of photography

retina

The Heidelberg is one of my favorite camera systems of all cameras. It is a confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope that rapidly scans the retina to maintain high resolution and speed. The camera tilts and swings in huge degrees to keep chasing the ever moving eyeball. As dye fills into the blood vessels of the eye, I can constantly adjust exposure and focus while I composite hundreds of images together. It's the equivelant of focus stacking, high dynamic range imaging, and merging panoramas simeoulaneously and instantaneously... all within a couple minutes time.