When traditional methods of photography aren’t doing nature’s beauty justice, try something avant-garde like Craig Burrows.
The 28-year-old photographer employs the use of a particular type of photography when capturing flowers and plants called, UVIVF (ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence). This is a process that activates natural glowing fluorescent in plant matter with UV rays. Visible light is then captured in different wavelengths with Burrows’ lens. The South California-based photographer aims to take the initiative one step forward by capturing larger scenes like gardens and greenhouses with 100-watt floodlights. Check out some of the luminescent flower photos below and find more on his Flickr and portfolio site.