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Butternut Squash- UVF

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#1 Adrian

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 11:18

It never ceases to amaze me how much more detail/texture can be seen in some fruit or vegetable subjects when photographed with UV fluorescence. Here a small Butternut Squash (Cucurbita moschata).

Technical details: Nikon D850 with 105mm micro Nikkor lens. "Light painted" with Convoy S2+ UV torch. 20 seconds @ f/16, 200 ISO.

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#2 JMC

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 12:14

Wow, vivid. That is really funky.
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#3 colinbm

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 13:47

Interesting & fantastic Adrian

#4 Andy Perrin

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 13:57

Excellent

#5 Cadmium

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Posted 12 October 2020 - 16:29

Adrian, Wow, beautiful and amazing! :smile:

#6 Bernard Foot

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Posted 13 October 2020 - 08:24

Really interesting. The light-cyan main body looks like a translucent gel.
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#7 StephanN

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Posted 14 October 2020 - 20:56

This is cool. I tried a Butternut once, but didn't get that nice red area :sad:
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