I Photographed The Invisible Light That Plants Emit

I have photographed hundreds of glowing flowers since 2014, after seeing the work of Alexander Holovacho with UVAF visible Ultraviolet (UVIVF) photography.

Every time I do a collection of UVIVF photos, it starts going out under the cover of darkness. I don’t know what to expect before shooting a flower again. I think some will be stunned, others will be surprised by their colors or light. Each one is a surprise!

In the same way that a t-shirt blue glows under black light, most organic matter is ultraviolet-colored with all kinds of colors. To use it, I use 365nm light to make sure I work in the darkest possible environment so that the camera doesn’t see ultraviolet light.

If the flowers are attacked by sunlight at any time, they leave their own brightness in response, and this can be drowned out by the visible sunlight. These photos capture something we always see, but can never be observed.

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