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UVF Parsnip

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#1 Adrian

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 09:41

I was just about to throw this rather old Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) in the compost bin, and thought I would see if it reacted to UV. The results are quite interesting!

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Nikon D850 with 105mm lens. UVF: subject light painted with Convoy S2+. 15 seconds @ f/16, 200 ISO

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#2 colinbm

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 12:56

Good idea Adrian

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 14:51

The golden rule of UVP: never throw anything away unless it is photographed in UV/IR/UVIVF etc. first.

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 15:26

Funky images Adrian.
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Posted 11 May 2020 - 16:49

Is the colour reflecting the mental state of the root as it was going to end on the compost? :smile: :smile:
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#6 Andy Perrin

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 18:26

That's pretty amazing! It almost rivals your result with the oranges(?) (or maybe it was clementines?) from awhile ago.