UVIFV (again)

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DAP MV
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UVIFV (again)
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This time a cluster of eggs (or rather shells, to be specific):

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André BARELIER
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Re: UVIFV (again)
  1. Very nice picture, Darius. I missed it at the time you posted it. I like it.

It's a pity nobody seems to be interested in that kind of image. I am: thanks for sharing, and congratulations.

BTW, what does UVIFV stand for? And why "again"?

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Re: UVIFV (again)

André BARELIER wrote:

  1. Very nice picture, Darius. I missed it at the time you posted it. I like it.

It's a pity nobody seems to be interested in that kind of image. I am: thanks for sharing, and congratulations.

BTW, what does UVIFV stand for? And why "again"?

Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you liked it.

Why "again"? Because some time ago I posted another picture in this technology (Ultra Violet Induced Visible Fluorescence). You have seen it, because you asked for the technical details on how it was taken. Here is a link to that post:

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4587413

This picture is different, but taken using the same UV technique. On top of it, being in a hurry, I misspelled the acronym: UVIFV instead of UVIVF, as it should be. My bad.

(Coming to think of it, I should have put more complete description, rather than just acronym. Lesson learned.)

For the sake of completeness, here is what the eggs looked like in the daylight:

jpg sooc

UV seems to make a difference.

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André BARELIER
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Re: UVIFV (again)

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André BARELIER wrote:

  1. Very nice picture, Darius. I missed it at the time you posted it. I like it.

It's a pity nobody seems to be interested in that kind of image. I am: thanks for sharing, and congratulations.

BTW, what does UVIFV stand for? And why "again"?

Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you liked it.

Why "again"? Because some time ago I posted another picture in this technology (Ultra Violet Induced Visible Fluorescence). You have seen it, because you asked for the technical details on how it was taken. Here is a link to that post:

https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4587413

This picture is different, but taken using the same UV technique. On top of it, being in a hurry, I misspelled the acronym: UVIFV instead of UVIVF, as it should be. My bad.

(Coming to think of it, I should have put more complete description, rather than just acronym. Lesson learned.)

For the sake of completeness, here is what the eggs looked like in the daylight:

jpg sooc

UV seems to make a difference.

Thanks Darius! I remember that thread, with its impressive photo. But I didn't make the connection with this one.

Yes, UV makes a lot of difference, although the original picture was interesting per se.

Thanks again!

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