A Garden of Ultraviolet Delights: The Photos of Craig Burrows

American photographer Craig Burrows photographs flowers using a technique called ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence, which means he uses high-intensity UV lights to excite the natural fluorescence of the flowers in the visible spectrum, making them look like luminous blooms from an otherworldly garden. Typically UV is removed through a camera’s lens, however Burrows photographs with a 365nm LED light …

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