Same day as Bloodmoon and To Rise, Endless. Like for the latter I have used here the 14mm, whose advantage to open wider, thus allowing more light to get in. It’s something important for that kind of photography where the movement of Earth limits the time of exposure to few seconds. Hence, if you want to see stars, you need wide aperture and a lot of iso, something my camera lacks somewhat.
I have also tried here a different kind of post processing, with more noise reduction: it does diminish the quantity of artefacts that were visible on To Rise, Endless, but at the cost of the smaller stars, which were smoothed.
Tools and exifs:
- Canon EOS 450D + Samyang 14mm f/2.8
- 4 s.
- ISO 1600