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Alstroemeria visible and IR fluorescence

Fluorescence Infrared
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#1 microbat52

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Posted 18 December 2020 - 23:39

Had some fun with this white alstroemetria I got from the supermarket.

UV induced visible
Panazonic lumix dmc-tz100
UV torch with ZWB2

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Infrared
Self converted Nikon coolpix p7700
760nm IR pass
Lighting is a LED reading lamp
Custom white balance on grass

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UV induced infrared (mi first! my god focusing was hard work but so happy with the results)
Self converted Nikon coolpix p7700
760nm IR pass
UV torch with ZWB2
Custom white balance on grass

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And visible for reference
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Guess now I have to try everything with IR fluorescence!

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Posted 19 December 2020 - 00:33

Wow excellent colors the UVIVF is great compared to the visible image.

#3 Andy Perrin

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Posted 19 December 2020 - 01:34

Really lovely work!

#4 Øivind Tøien

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Posted 19 December 2020 - 01:57

Really nice UVIVF and the UVIIRF is really interesting.
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Posted 19 December 2020 - 02:52

Microbat, Very nice. I especially like the first one. :smile:

#6 microbat52

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Posted 19 December 2020 - 13:52

Thanks for the comments, the IR fluorescence is the one im most excited about to be honest :D

Right so I believe this is my first UV photo, why I think so is because I used the converted camera but without the IR pass filter and with the UV torch as light source, and the camera saw a very bright image. For reference, to get the visible fluorescence im shooting 30s, for the IR fluorescence im shooting 60s and this image was taken in 1/8s so Im fairly confident its mostly UV with very little visible or IR.

I edited to take the blues down since they were clipping, other than that I kept the same WB and everything as the IR images above


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