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  • Vanishing Point

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  • Threshold to Yesteryear

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  • The Opportunist

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  • Calla Lilly Flower

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  • Flower in UV

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    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.

  • Turn of the Season

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  • Winter Diamond

    $295.00$9,000.00
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  • Powder Coating

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  • Last Day of August

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  • Just Passing By

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  • Days Gone By

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  • Black Velvet

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  • Autumn Movement

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  • Autumn Symphony

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  • A Quiet Spell

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    Bison in a spring snowfall

  • The Center of Everything

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  • Waiting for Spring

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    Just when you think Spring is in full force, a late April snowfall hit this part of Montana.

    At first, the bison were still foraging for food, using their heads to push through the snow to the grass just below it. But once the wind kicked up, it was time to take a break with their backs to the wind while waiting it out.

    When I photographed this, there wasn’t much color to begin with which made it an obvious choice for a black and white photo. And adding a slight blue tint to the image helped me convey the feeling I had for this hardy bison while it was Waiting for Spring.

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