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The depth of field is a bit narrow, I suggest getting a wired shutter release and using the bulb shutter speed setting so you can do more than 30 seconds. Try f5.6, iso3200, 3 minutes and make sure you have the long exposure noise reduction feature enabled.
30 seconds, ISO3200, and he opened the lens all the way up. I don’t know the model, but a pretty new one.
When our eyes adusted to the darkness, we could see the shape of the mushrooms as a very dark gray, but no color otherwise.
Panellus stipticus is a bit brighter.
I will be looking for this now. How was the exposure arranged?
I’ve only seen the bioluminescence once.
Seems like lots of the Jack ‘o Lanterns are particularly yellow-orange this year. That’s what I’m seeing here in PA. Chanterelle seekers beware!
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