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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2021 6:10 pm    Post subject: Noritsu 32mm f4 Reply with quote

Noritsu 32mm f4

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Those spiders in the last picture look like science fiction!


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Crazy Leica Fox wrote:
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Those spiders in the last picture look like science fiction!


Laugh 1 Guess where science fiction got the idea... Smile Guess you mean some science fiction looks like the spiders in the last picture.


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Last one very cool!


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caspert79 wrote:
Last one very cool!


Thanks!

It's actually fairly simple to get these results. You don't need any special camera equipment. Just a UV torch rated at 365nm, safety glasses, and set the WB to 9900K or higher.


As you can see here published way back in 2010 by kds315*.
https://photographyoftheinvisibleworld.blogspot.com/2010/09/nichia-uv-led-torches-for-fluorescence.html


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Regardless of who came up with the procedure, it was well executed.