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  1. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    St John's wort - Hypericum multispectral

    Quadriptych of human vision, UV, simulated butterfly and bee vision (left to right, top to bottom)
  2. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    Colorful Ultraviolet

    Well, UV has no "color" by definition of the ICC (Internat. Color Committee) as we human cannot see it. So scientifically only bw images were usually done. Then, for my first production with BBC London about what bees see, I was told by the DP: "don't bug me with boring bw images Klaus, I want...
  3. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    Bidens ferulifolia multispectral and "colorful" UV

    This above is my "standard", now here using an alternative "colorful" UV filter (bottom left)...
  4. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    Gas flames II

    Burning Propane gas... Double hexaptych (top to bottom) of Visual light; emitted UV 320-390nm, 310-350nm, 290-340nm, 280-315nm, 304-322nm. Right side is morphological gradient filtering of left side:
  5. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    Gas flames...

    Propane burning.... Triptych (top to bottom) Visual light, emitted UV (320-390nm, Baader-U), emitted UV-B (313nm): Triptych (top to bottom) Visual light, emitted UV (320-390nm, Baader-U), emitted UV-B (313nm) - morph. Gradient:
  6. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    [UV] A simple tutorial for UV photography

    A simple tutorial for UV photography I have been asked to write down a simple "cook book style" tutorial on UV photography, so here it comes: 1) get a suitable lens, uncoated or single coated, simple lens design like a triplet. You have to try things out, some work, some don't. EL Nikkor...
  7. Dr Klaus Schmitt

    [UV, VIS] Rudbeckia hirta stereo butterfly vision

    Some of my recent works on human and (simulated) insect vision, here how a flower ("black eyed susan", Rudbeckia hirta more specifically) may look like seen through a butterflies' eyes (only the sensitivity aspect: UV mapped in as blue). The stereo images are LRL images and allow crosseyed...
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