Were used to the way we look in visible light, but how does the Universe, with all of its radio waves, infrared, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays, see us? US-based photographer Thomas Leveritt
decided to show some volunteers what they looked like in ultraviolet (UV) light, using a special filter and camera set-up in a park in New York.
You might look like you have perfect skin in visible light, but you should see yourself in UV light. Freckles! And lots of them. These little patches of melanin
- or skin pigment - are the signs of ageing and sun damage that we cant ordinarily see.