If you’ve been a little paranoid about your UV photography, you might have come to the conclusion that it is just not that great.
Well, not anymore.
In fact, according to researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, your exposure to UV radiation may be the only reason you’re seeing colors at all in your photos.
But that’s not all.
Researchers at the university also found that the UV filters that you use for your photos could also contribute to your photochromosis, a condition that causes your photos to turn red and green.
The results of the study, published in the journal Photochem Photobiol., showed that the filters used by most users of UV filters are not that effective in protecting against UV light.
The researchers even found that UV filters were able to cause some of the most serious health issues in the world, including melanoma and retinal damage.
In the study they were able help to prove that UV-induced photosensitivity could be caused by something that’s just not working.
The study was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health.
The UV filter that the researchers tested did not have any protection against UV radiation, but the researchers found that it could be used for UV-sensitive photoproducts.
The filters used in the study are UV filters, and UV filters do not provide any protection from UV.
So if you’re a user of UV-protective UV filters and you see red or green colors in your images, then you might not have enough protection from the UV radiation to prevent your photos from turning red and red.
The U.K. government recently announced that it will phase out the use of UV lamps in residential buildings.
According to the National Health Service, it’s time to take a more proactive approach to protecting our children from the harmful effects of the sun.
SOURCE Newsweek article