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Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by MontyDog, Mar 26, 2007.
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Fascinating Paul! Amazing how things can have more than one appearance.
Those are very pretty.
Excellent shot Paul, truly amazing what nature has to offer
Especially considering the fact that some birds and insects can actually see that second image
It's a pitty that we have snow here in Austria. I would really welcome it, if spring would finally start and dandelions would grow...
Very pretty. I hope you are enjoying this UV stuff. Its fascinating for sure.
Too cool for school (as we used to say).
Nice shot Paul! I guess there will be more to come...!!!
These are indeed magical shots. I'm frankly envious as I've been wanting to get along in shooting UV for some time, and haven't been moving forward.
More, please ?
That is fascinating Paul. I wonder what it is that causes the different colors to be reflected. Of course you could put everything I know about UV photography in a thimble.
great job, what did you use for lighting here? sunlight? if so direct or in shade?
That is cool Paul, is the UV pic straight from the camera without any retouching?
This blue color is amazing on my screen.
Cool, a whole different world of vision. Fascinating stuff!
Amazing color Paul! Yes - do show us more!
Very cool ! Nice to see how the other half sees :smile:
oh wow! thats amazing.
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