Today also about an early spring flower, a Dwarf Tulip (Tulipa pulchella violacea) in reflected ultraviolet photography using my "work horse" UV filter, the Baader-U filter as well as my XBV filters for simulating butterfly and bee vision. Lens was a CERCO 94mm quartz fluorite lens. Light source was sunlight. All shots were done at about f5.6.
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Visible light image:
UV image using Baader-U filter (approx. 320-395nm, effective peak approx. 375nm):
Simulated butterfly vision (UV - VIS) using XBV3 filter:
Simulated bee vision (UV - VIS) using XBV6 filter:
Quadtriptych of the above:
This dwarf tulip has a quite visible UV pattern, its center is UV bright, surrounded by long wave UV reflecting tips and all this gets quite nicely visible.
Stay tuned, more will follow on that fascinating subject...
More info on this very interesting field may be found on my site http://www.pbase.com/kds315/uv_photos
Monday, April 22, 2013
Dwarf Tulip - Tulipa pulchella violacea in reflected ultraviolet photography, simulated bee and butterfly vision
Gepostet von Dr Klaus Schmitt unter 10:23 PM
Labels: Baader-U, bee vision, butterfly vision, Dwarf Tulip, reflected UV, simulated bee vision, simulated butterfly vision, Tulip, Tulipa pulchella violacea