Anterior segment fluorescein angiography may prove valuable clinically and as a research tool. One factor limiting its use has been the high cost of equipment. Photographs taken with a reversed macro lens, two extension tubes, and a single-lens reflex camera provide a technique that gives good results at a reasonable cost and is simple to perform. Illumination is provided by a flash that can recycle in less than one second. Kodak gelatin filters are used instead of the more expensive Baird atomic interference filters.