Photographers interested in capturing ultraviolet light spectrum photographs revealing hidden details that would not normally be seen by the naked eye. Maybe interested in a new video created during the Hackaday Superconference.
Check out the video below during which David Prutchi discusses DIY ultraviolet photography and how you can modify cameras, build lenses and select the correct filters to see the world as a bumblebee. As well as explore the ultraviolet spectrum for the “artistic and technically-minded”.
For those not familiar with the Hackaday Superconference takes the form of an event where hardware hackers, builders, engineers and enthusiasts on the planet returns. Streaming Live talks from the ‘Main Stage’ in Pasadena, CA.
Source: HackadayFiled Under: Camera News, Geeky Stuff, Top News