The process is still relatively unknown.
28-year-old photographer Craig burrows (Craig Burrows) photographs of plants and flowers using a technique called UVIVF, or “ultraviolet radiation induced visible fluorescence”.
The process is still relatively unknown. It allows you to select fluorescence emission in plants by the use of UV light of high intensity.
Typically, the camera lens blocks ultraviolet radiation. However, photos of Burroughs taken with led light with 365 nm wavelength that passes through a filter to pass UV and infrared light.
Plants absorb UV light and emit visible light at different wavelengths so the photographer is shooting the colors much more vivid than those that can be observed in normal conditions.
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