Good, What is the problem with you ?!
We can't give you any more time.
So can you please tell us what exactly you are having issues with in Illustrator?
For a vector version of an aperture like that you can:
1) Create a Polar Grid with 10 Radial Dividers and 0 Concentrisc Dividers and a W = H larger than the whole aperture, then scale the Radial Dividers Group up a bit, then Pathfinder>Divide, then Shift+Ctrl/Cmd+G to Ungroup and delete everything but the lower left and upper right slice that have a vertical side;
2) Move the top slice vertically by the desired distance between opposite inner ends (you can use Object>Transform>Move or the Transform palette;
3) Select both slices and switch from Stroke to the desired Fill Color, then Object>Transform>Rotate by 36 degrees as a copy four times (you can rotate a copy once and press Ctrl/Cmd+D thrice);
4) Rotate the whole aperture as desired, if desired.
Now you ought to have the basic appearance of the actual aperture which you can cut by a concentric circle (you can create a copy and use Divide and delete the outer unneeded parts, and use the copy of of the circle and enlarged further copy circles to create the desired appearance of the outer part.
Even on a good day I can only remember about as far as the r, just enough to look it up, if I must.
And now you have made the word even longer.
But that may help me remember it from now on, clearly descriptive.