People Freak Out When Filmed by UV Camera


Videographer Thomas Leveritt took his ultraviolet camera filter to the streets to give people a different perspective of what life is like under the sun, and the results shocked every single person who stepped in front of the camera.

Leveritt’s special camera filter captures UV light wavelengths, which are much shorter than the visible light wavelengths humans can see. The visible light spectrum ranges from 390-700 nanometers (one-billionth of a meter), while UV light’s range is anywhere between 10-400 nm.

For more UV “freakery” get tripped-out by Leveritt’s Quinine fluorescence under ultraviolet light:

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