Macro pictures in space with D800 plus 16-35 mm f/4: a very close view to the International Space Station
Close to the shores of the North Sea, the European Space Agency develops the future research projects aboard the International Space Station.
Inside the Esa Columbus module, ISS astronauts run scientific experiments and investigate how (absence of) gravity affects life development.
Together with the 1:1 Columbus module replica , additional ISS modules are present:
All macro pictures shot with hand-held D800 and 16-35 mm f/4. Although the 16-35 mm is a wide-angle, it can be used to shoot close-up details thanks to the minimal focusing distance of 29 cm, with a max. magnification ratio 1:4