Astrophotography with film?
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Hello /p/, tonight I'm gonna try to shoot some stars with my camera, the thing is, I only have a 35mm with me right now.
I'm looking for some tips here, such as exposure time and aperture (I'm stuck with 200 and 400iso, my local shop does not sell beyond that). Also, lenses, what should I bring? I have:
Thanks in advance
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Usually I'm not one to post this kind of threads, but shit, Canon is getting told hardcore.
Picture related, it's DxO's current Top 10 rated cameras.
Anyone getting the D600? I've been waiting for an affordable full frame digital for years, to use it interchangably with film without the crop factor bullshit, so it hits the jackpot for me.
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I am not a /p/hag but I made this because I like macro photographs.
I am posting it just in case someone, without a ring flash, is annoyed by the lens shadowing his subject. It's really easy to make and much cheaper than buying a mini ring flash for macros. If someone of you /p/eople decides to make something similar, try to get good neutral white leds. I got warm white and cold white but they create areas of different color in the photographs.
It's more like a ring light and not a ring flash because it is controlled by a switch. Had I a dslr, I would have made it into a proper ring flash, flashing only when the shutter is pressed.