dsc_0163 When I was with some friends in the garden, we had the idea to shoot a few photos of the moon. Tim had the 16mm Tokina lens with him. I took it and put it on the tripod. Lukas did not have a DSLR at that time. He did not despair. He took out his large telescope. So we saw the individual craters of the moon. Back to photography, I had overexposure the photo and opened the aperture to maximum. But suddenly there was a meteoroid! And of course I had shoot it (you can see it on the photo).

Ok here is my adjustment:

Lens: 16mm Tokina

ISO: 400

Shutter speed: 30sek.

Aperture: F/2.8


Have fun with imitating!

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