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Frosted Leaf Galaxy

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I found Frosted Leaf this morning.

There was the Galaxy there.

  

EOS 5D MarkII

SIGMA 15mm F2.8 EX DG FISHEYE For Nikon

Nikon → Canon conversion adapter

ISO 4000

F2.8 → F22 & Focus ∞→ macro

48sec

November 6 04:20 of this year.

 

Only by one shot(None Composite)

 

photography method    

(1)First setting is bulb mode and ISO4000

(2) Next setting is F2.8(aperture ring scale → F2.8)

(3) Next is focus setting on the star(focus ring scale→∞)

(4)Shutter ON

(5)30-50 sec exposure

(6)Change it for F22(aperture ring scale → F22)

(7)Change focus into a Leaf(focus ring scale→macro)

(8)light the Leaf with LED.

(9)Shutter OFF

 

I use the soft filter  LEE soft  No3

 

The question of many people.

It is a F2.8 → F22 change at an aperture ring.

The operation vibrates.

I took off the spring of the aperture ring and some parts.

 The aperture ring is smooth.

 

Another means.

 

It will be good to put a black box on the lens front.

 

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Taken on November 6, 2010