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Cockpit Night Photo

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I took the other day a photo at night in the cockpit. It was my first time doing this. What I wanted to do is capture part of the cockpit and the stars. My camera is a Sony A6300 with a 12mm lens and f2.0.

What I did realize because of the tight environment I am working in, it was impossible for me to get the cockpit and the stars in focus. Either I got the cockpit in focus and not the stars or vice-versa.

How would you tackle this photo? Would you do focus stacking?

Thank you in advance!

 
Date: Feb 16, 2017   


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