Fluorescence photography is a valuable tool for visualising and documenting the skin, giving details not visible under normal visible light imaging. Check out my new article showing how UV induced visible light fluorescence can be used to provide valuable information about skin dryness and and the presence of bacteria, here.
I am very excited to have recently acquired an Asahi Pentax Ultra Achromatic Takumar 85mm f4.5 lens. A bit of a legend in the imaging world, this extremely rare lens was made in the late 1960s using Calcium fluoride and Quartz elements, and is chromatically corrected for imaging in UV, visible and IR regions. Look out for a more detailed review in my ‘Techniques’ section soon.