Cooperative of Photography


Step into the induced technicolor visions of Craig Burrows…

20.04.2017

Craig Burrows uses alternative and invisible forms of light to create his images. Several years ago Craig modified his camera to photograph infrared light, and since then he has been executing Ultraviolet-Induced Visible Fluorescence (UVIVF) photography. Craig says about his work, “Ultraviolet is very hard for humans and cameras to see, but the glowing fluorescence it causes can be, which makes it ideal to use for stimulating fluorescence.”

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Written by Rowynn Dumont


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