This is dental phosphorescence after exposure to a camera flash, not your typical blacklight fluorescence experience.
Yes, these are my teeth. Perhaps obvious from the permanent stains under the enamel, they are all original, no caps or veneers. The stains are from poor hygeine while shackled with braces during my youth.
What is most interesting to me is the different intensity and color of the upper incisors. They were never damaged or replaced, and came in at the typical age. Perhaps there was a variation in my diet at that time?
The lower teeth might look asymmetrical due to a shadow from holding the flash off center. I seem to recall feeling a mild toothache from the heat of the flash, for about as long as the phosphorescence.
Oops, is that spinach?
|Make||Canon||Model||Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi|
|Aperture Value||f/5.7||Color Space||sRGB|
|Exposure Bias Value||0 EV||Exposure Program||Manual|
|Flash||No Flash||Focal Length||50 mm|
|ISO||400||Shutter Speed Value||8 sec|
|Date/Time||Wed 29 Oct 2008 03:34:57 AM PDT|