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Planet PLUTO taken at The Meeting on 15 August 201



Author 'Didier.roy' (Id 242072 ) : Planet PLUTO taken on 15 August 2018 to Saint-Denis of The Meeting, towards 00: 30.
Mars and Pluto being close enough to that night, there may be a doubt on the origin of the planet, and this, therefore, could possibly be March.
But for my part there is a strong resemblance to the planet Pluto.
The notice of amateurs in astronomy will be the rest, the welcome.
My exciting moment for this new photographic challenge, although somewhat equipped for this type of photos, I think in the present future.
After my photos of the moon that I also tune in my settings, I'm going to try to capture the special moments of some of the planets currently closest to our good old earth.



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EXIF : Camera: Nikon d7000 | Objectif: Nikon AF-S DX 16-85mm F/3.5-5.6G ED VR
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> Author Didier.roy [G] [P] [C] >Reply Aug 16, 2018
2nd part :
First of all, to put it in a place with no external brightness, or very low.
Then take the photo in NEF format (RAW) for Nikon.
Remove the optical stabilization since the shooting has been done on a tripod, so VR of the lens to OFF.
Set the white balance in auto.
Focal length : 85 mm.
Focal : f5/6.
ISO : 1600.
Exposure time : 10 s.
Set the distance to infinity minus a slight tad.
 
> Author Didier.roy [G] [P] [C] >Reply Aug 16, 2018
Message in 2 parts : 1st part.
It is true I am aware that there is a performance with a goal, and that I have not been able to get with a 70-300
Mm. I was even surprised myself, because I wanted to get to the base of the shooting stars, and that I did not have, which is why I used this objective.
My settings have been taken for a part on the internet, and judged for the rest.
I give you these settings which will I hope be helpful :
Namely, even when the photo has been cropped in Photoshop to have the magnification presented, as much as this has been possible by the photo super clear at the base and taken in NEF format (RAW) is for a high resolution (volume of 18 Mb).

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> Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 16, 2018
Beautiful shot ; with a 16-85 mm, you realize a performance. I would have been curious to know the EXIF that are not shown here. We can only encourage you to continue in this field.
 
> Author Didier.roy [G] [P] [C] >Reply Aug 16, 2018
Thank you for your visit on my site and your great comment.
On the other hand, I have me whipped because I have not properly looked at the position of the planets, which were very close to one another that night.
However yesterday evening I made some photos of this planet, which was this time well-demarcated from the other, and I can this time say unequivocally that it is neither Mars nor Pluto, but JUPITER.
I can actually say my pride to have been able to find the SUPER-setting that has helped me with a simple 16-85mm to be successful in this photo of JUPITER that I have been able to achieve with my tele 70-300mm, and I've been able to reproduce it yesterday evening without problem.
 
> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 15, 2018
wow ! I can't help you in the identification of this planet, but it is superb and perfectly well taken in my opinion !
 
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