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All Things Fluorescence Diving
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First Ever Fluo Diving in Madagascar's Waters with the Best Dive Center Sakatia Lodge (using equipment from www.FluoMedia.org):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKqFtmnu1jc
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First Ever Fluo Diving in Madagascar's Waters with the Best Dive Center Sakatia Lodge (using equipment from www.FluoMedia.org):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKqFtmnu1jc
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Here's my picture of fluorescence weirdness: apparently the same species of coral, two blocks next to each other, but one green, the other one blue. Made with UV light of 365 nm. (Source: http://www.fluomedia.org/gallery/videos/?1)
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Here's my picture of fluorescence weirdness: apparently the same species of coral, two blocks next to each other, but one green, the other one blue. Made with UV light of 365 nm. (Source: http://www.fluomedia.org/gallery/videos/?1)
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Addition to part one of the "how to" guide of how to capture underwater fluorescence:

Since any reflected blue light is absorbed by the yellow camera filter, fluorescence photography is not as susceptible to backscatter as white light photography (where any light reflecting off silt suspended in the water appears as "snow" in the resulting pictures), unless the silt is itself fluorescent to a significant degree. Therefore blue light torches or strobes do not need to be positioned as far away from the optical axis of the camera as for instance the strobes in white light photography, which are usually attached to widely projecting and cumbersome arms.
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