We propose a technique to obtain sub-wavelength resolution using photons from uncorrelated single photon
sources. The method employs <i>N</i> photons of wavelength λ spontaneously emitted from <i>N</i> atoms and subsequently
detected by <i>N</i> detectors. We demonstrate that for certain detector positions the <i>N</i>-th order correlation function
as a function of the first detector position is a pure sinusoidal oscillation with a fringe spacing of λ/<i>N</i> and a
contrast of 100%. The result corresponds to an <i>N</i>-fold increase in resolution compared to classical microscopy.
Our technique is also capable of imaging a distinct physical object with sub-Rayleigh resolution.