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Morning glory (Vis, UV, SWIR)

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#1 Andy Perrin

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 04:37

This morning glory had a rather startling UV pattern (I was not expecting the star/pentagon) and a boring SWIR pattern. So far, the SWIR pattern seems quite independent of the other bands. Sometimes it looks like the NIR, sometimes it looks like the UV, and sometimes neither. Shooting details except for exposure are the same as for the other flowers in this recent series, so I'm not going to repeat the info. See the daisy fleabane post for details.

Visible
halogen, BG38 2mm, F16 0.2" iso50
Attached Image: _DSC1958 halogen Noflexar35mm BG38 F16 0.2%22  iso50 UVP.jpg

UV
Convoy S2+, S8612 1.75mm + UG11 2mm, F16 iso200 15"
Attached Image: _DSC1954-7 ConvoyS2+ Noflexar S8612 1.75mm + UG11 2mm F16 iso200  15%22 focal stack UVP.jpg

SWIR
halogen, 1500nm-1600nm
Attached Image: Morning glory SWIR small.jpg

#2 Andrea B.

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Posted 27 June 2019 - 16:02

That is quite interesting in UV. Thank you so much for this post.
Andrea G. Blum
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