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    Ghost Fungi





    A real challenge to get acceptable results as it needs to be very dark with little or no ambient light. They have a dim glow which you can only just detect with the naked eye.

    Used a 50 mm 1.8 lens from my old Olympus OM1 (film camera) adapted to my Sony A7R11.

    Settings: F2.8, 30 seconds @ ISO 10000.

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    Re: Ghost Fungi

    That's really astounding! I have never seen something like this before. Really a 'Ghost Fungi'!

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    Re: Ghost Fungi

    Quote Originally Posted by razashaikh View Post
    That's really astounding! I have never seen something like this before. Really a 'Ghost Fungi'!
    Thanks for the comment Raz.

    They certainly are amazing and a challenge to photograph well. I must confess to having photographed these in daylight for years without knowing their nighttime potential.

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    Re: Ghost Fungi

    I've been away again recently and just saw this post now on my return home. these two shots are crackers. Nice work really nice.

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    Re: Ghost Fungi

    Quote Originally Posted by Nate_Patterson View Post
    I've been away again recently and just saw this post now on my return home. these two shots are crackers. Nice work really nice.
    Interesting exercise bumbling around in the dark photographing things you can hardy see! Cheers.

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