Lennart Nilsson a petrecut 10 ani din viata lui pentru fotografierea embrionului uman de la conceptie pana la nastere

Distribuie!by Photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 10 years of his life recording the growth of the human embryo, from conception to birth. The world first heard of Lennart Nilsson in 1965, when LIFE magazine published 16 pages of his photographs of human embryos. The shots were immediately reproduced in ’Stern’, ’Paris Match’, ’The Sunday Times’, and other publications. Microscopes and […]
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Photographer Lennart Nilsson spent 10 years of his life recording the growth of the human embryo, from conception to birth.

The world first heard of Lennart Nilsson in 1965, when LIFE magazine published 16 pages of his photographs of human embryos. The shots were immediately reproduced in ’Stern’, ’Paris Match’, ’The Sunday Times’, and other publications. Microscopes and the cameras were Nilsson’s main passion even in childhood. In time, the ambition formed to show the world the beauty of the human body at the micro level. He managed to take his first photos of a foetus already in 1957, but they weren’t good enough to publish.


Nilsson managed to get his most precise shots with the help of a cystoscope — a medical instrument which is used to examine the inside of the urinary bladder. He attached a camera together with a tiny light to it, and took thousands of photos recording the life of the embryo in its mother’s womb.

Nilsson a reusit sa faca cele mai precise fotografii cu ajutorul unui citoscop, un instrument care se foloseste in examinarea vezicii urinare. A atasat camera impreuna cu o lumina micuta si a facut mii de fotografii, inregistrand viata unui embrion in uterul mamei.


Nilsson produced something truly marvellous: for the first time, people were able to see with their own eyes the conception and earliest development of human life.

Nilsson a produs ceva unic, pentru prima oara, oamenii au putut vedea cu ochii lor conceptia din faza incipienta a vietii umane.

The spermatozoon moves along the fallopian tube towards the egg.

Spermatozoidul se misca dealungul tubului falopian catre ou.

The egg

Oul

The crucial moment

Momentul crucial

One of the father’s 200 million spermatozoa penetrates the membrane of the egg.

Unul dintre cei 200 de milioane de spermatoioizi  penetreaza oul.

The spermatozoon’s point of view. The head contains all of the genetic material.

Punctul de vedere al spermatozoidului, capul contine intreg materialul genetic.

A week later, the embryo migrates to the womb by floating downwards through the fallopian tube.

O saptamana mai tarziu, emvrionul migreaza catre uter, in jos catre tubul falopian.

After another week, the embryo attaches to the wall of the uterus.

O saptamana mai tarziu embrionul se ataseaza de peretii uterului

The embryo at 22 day’s development. The grey area will become the child’s brain.

Embrionul in ziua 22 de dezvoltare. Zona gri va deveni creierul copilului.

By the 18th day of development, the foetus’ heart begins to beat.

In ziua 18, inima fatului incepe sa bata.

28 days after fertilisation.

28 de zile dupa fertilizare

At five weeks, the foetus is 9 millimetres long; it’s already possible to see the face with its openings for the mouth, nostrils and eyes.

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La 5 saptamani fatul are9 cm si se poate distinge deja fata cu deschizaturile pentru gura, nari si ochi.

40 days of development. The exterior cells of the foetus join with the loose surface of the uterus wall to form the placenta.

La 40 de zile, celulele exterioare ale fatului se unesc cu suprafata libera a uterului si vor forma placenta.

At 8 weeks of development.

La 8 saptamani de dezvoltare.

10 weeks. It’s eyelids are already half open. Within several days they will be completely formed.

10 saptamani, pleoapele sunt pe jumatate deschise. In cateva zile se vor forma complet.

At 10 weeks, the embryo already uses its hands to study the environment.

La 10 saptamani, embrionul isi foloseste deja mainile sa studieze mediul inconjurator.

16 weeks.

16 saptamani.

The lines of blood vessels are visible through its skin.

Liniile vaselor de sange sunt vizibile prin piele.

18 weeks. The foetus can now detect sounds from the outside world.

18 saptamani, fatul poate detecta sunete din lumea exterioara.

19 weeks.

19 saptamani.

20 weeks. The foetus is now 20 centimetres long. Hair starts to appear on its head.

20 de saptamani. fatul are 20 de cm si incepe sa ii apara par pe cap.

24 weeks.

24 de saptamani.

6 months. 6 luni.

36 weeks. In a month, the baby will be born.

36 de saptamani. Intr-o saptamana bebelusul se va naste.

Nilsson’s book, ’A Child is Born’, was published in 1965. It sold out in just a few days and has been republished many times, becoming one of the most popular photography books of all time.

Lennart Nillson is now 91. He’s still interested in science and photography.

Cartea lui Nilsson ” Un copil s-a nascut”, a fost publicata in 1965. S-a vandut complet doar in primele zile de la lansare si apoi republicata, devenind una dintre cele mai populare carti cu fotografii, a tuturor timpurilor. Lennart Nillson are acum 91 de ani. El e inca interesat de fotografie.

https://brightside.me/article/how-a-child-is-born-4205/

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