Glowing Flowers Photographed With Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence


These photos were taken by Craig Burrows with ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence lighting.

All these photos were taken of the flowers being irradiated by a 365nm light source, causing the flowers’ materials to fluoresce. Most, if not all illumination used to create the photos is a result of this fluorescence.

“I am a 28 year-old photographer based in Southern California.I have been practicing photography since 2010, teaching myself through a combination of practice, online resources, and an academic background including physics.” Craig Burrows

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One Response to Glowing Flowers Photographed With Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence

  1. taphian says:

    gorgeous and beautiful, a wonderful gallery

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