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Old June 27th, 2014, 01:03 AM
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Default Zinnias multispectral

First ones of 2014, "in situ" shots from my fav park

Sequence of quadriptychs is (left to right, top to bottom): Human vision, UV, simulated butterfly vision, simulated bee vision









(on the UV and BV shots this is no dust showing, but the conical surface of special cells which allows the pollinators a better grip and act as reflection enhancers...)
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Old September 16th, 2014, 01:27 PM
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WOW! Fantastic work!
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Thanks Damir!
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It looks like each set is from the same negative, like a starting point (Human vision)...

How do you obtain these versions ? Thank you Klaus.
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It looks like each set is from the same negative, like a starting point (Human vision)...

How do you obtain these versions ? Thank you Klaus.
It is actually different filtering applied while shooting, human vision, then UV (ultraviolet), then simulated bee and butterfly vision ... (I do my photography when I pull the trigger basically, not in post processinq - puristic approach)

Read about that here: http://photographyoftheinvisibleworl...nea-in_26.html

(sorry for the belated response Antonio, I had overlooked that...)
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