Ultraviolet Fluorescence Photography (UVF)
Ultraviolet Fluorescence photography is one of the most important method for the examination of works of art and archaeology. It is part of the Technical Photography documentation and it is used for the examination of many kind of artifacts.
Ultraviolet Fluorescence phenomenon and photographic set up
Applications in Art examination
|Publications on Ultraviolet Fluorescence photography (UVF)|
|A. Cosentino “Practical notes on ultraviolet technical photography for art examination” Conservar Património 21, 53-62, 2015.|
|A. Cosentino, M. Gil, M. Ribeiro, R. Di Mauro "Technical Photography for mural paintings: the newly discovered frescoes in Aci Sant’Antonio (Sicily, Italy)” Conservar Património 20, 23–33, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino “Identification of pigments by multispectral imaging a flowchart method” Heritage Science, 2:8, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino, S. Stout "Photoshop and Multispectral Imaging for Art Documentation” e-Preservation Science, 11, 91–98, 2014.|
|A. Cosentino "Effects of Different Binders on Technical Photography and Infrared Reflectography of 54 Historical Pigments” International Journal of Conservation Science, 6 (3), 287-298, 2015.|
Training Programs 2018
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