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Posted by Guillaume Détretat on June 13, 2003 18:08:20 UTC

Hello there,

For a few days, I have tried to take photographs of Stars and Iridium flares. You can see my first pics here :
(sorry it's in french)

Except for the first one, I use a Fuji film (superia 400) with 30 secs at f/2.8

They are my first photographs of the sky, therefore I am rather proud. But I think that it is possible to do better. Some tricks or would be welcome. Maybe someone here can help me.

Thank you

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