1st Edition

Digital Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography

By Adrian Davies Copyright 2018
    214 Pages 150 Color Illustrations
    by Routledge

    214 Pages 150 Color Illustrations
    by Routledge

    Digital Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography discusses the growing number of applications of ultraviolet and infrared photography. Scientific and technical photographers, such as those engaged in scientific, medical, forensic, and landscape and wildlife photography routinely use ultraviolet and infrared techniques, and these techniques are growing in use in creative photography.

    This is the first book to address the application and potential for both ultraviolet and infrared photography in both science and art. The author, Adrian Davies, discusses the how-to of ultraviolet and infrared digital recording with a dissection of techniques, camera requirements and camera conversion, a useful appendix of resources and equipment currently available and inspirational image examples throughout. Digital Ultraviolet and Infrared Photography is an essential read for photographers using these tools either professionally or creatively.

    1. Introduction

    2. The Electromagnetic Spectrum

    3. Digital Ultraviolet Recording

    4. Applications: Reflected UV

    5. Applications: Fluorescence

    6. Digital Infrared Recording

    7. Applications of Digital Infrared Recording

    8. Joint Applications

    9. Image Processing

    10. Gallery of Ultraviolet and Infrared images

    11. Appendices


    Adrian Davies is a passionate naturalist and conservationist, combining these passions with photography to investigate how insects "see" plants through ultraviolet techniques. He has written 10 books, including Digital Imaging for Photographers, The Focal Digital Imaging A-Z, and Close-Up and Macro Photography. After a 27 year career as a senior lecturer in the photography and imaging department at NESCOT College in the UK, he now works as a freelance photographer, running workshops for organisations such as the Royal Horticultural Society and the Royal Photographic Society, and giving lectures to camera clubs and natural history societies.