Flower in UV

Here is the latest from my home studio in Bozeman, Montana with my continued experiments with Ultraviolet Induced Visible Fluorescence (UVIVF) photography.

For this image, I floated an aster flower in a fish tank, and in complete darkness I shined some UV lights on my subject while carefully placing drops of different colored neon acrylic artist ink throughout.

The painterly look I achieved was all done in-camera using my Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera and M.Zuiko 12-100mm f4 Pro lens while using the Live Comp feature. As the acrylic ink slowly sank, the camera recorded this new light while not overexposing the rest of the image allowing me to easily control this long exposure.

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This photo is available in the following presentations:

Limited Edition of 9

  • Available in your choice of my Museum TruLife Diasec Acrylic or Museum Regular Diasec Acrylic finish. Photo is printed on Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag, a premium 100% cotton platinum paper. Matt is the first person in North America to have his acrylic prints done this particular way and the results are completely stunning and unique!
  • TruLife Diasec Acrylic is 10% more than Regular Diasec Acrylic and features a scratch-resistant surface as well as less glare/reflection.
  • Sizes start at 32″ x 24″
  • Available in your choice of a float mount or a shadow box frame with no additional cost. Please specify which you prefer when ordering.
  • This is a limited edition print of just 9 and once all 9 are sold, no more prints will be made in this style.

Open Editions

  • Available in open editions with my Gallery Wood Float with a 40% savings from my Regular Diasec Acrylic finish.
  • Sizes start at 16″ x 20″ for Gallery Wood Floats.
  • Also available in open edition Photo Prints on fine art paper in 16″ x 20″ size.
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