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Aug 21, 2017 18:13 |  #31

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From Columbia SC almost directly on the line. This is the few I've looked at so far. I had absolutely AMAZING weather. Other than it being 95 degrees, the skies cleared off right as the Eclipse started and gave us one of the best shows in the world. I was lucky, some friends across town not even 15mins away had clouds. Couldn't have asked for it better than fully clear skies that held all the way through. I can't fully explain what I just saw, I was as close to the line of totality as you could probably get. It was the greatest natural phenomena I've ever witnessed.

Here is totality and the corona around the sun, as well as totality with some Chromosphere and a couple diamond rings. Still have tons more to go through.
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Aug 21, 2017 18:14 |  #32

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Aug 21, 2017 18:24 |  #33

Our partial eclipse was about 95% of totality. This capture was made through a #11 weld shield taped onto my 18mm-200mm zoom. I didn't have a solar filter and my remote camera trigger wasn't working. The captures of the moon at 95% (producing a sliver of a crescent) were a bit blurry due to manual shutter actuation. Not a great shot but the best I could muster today.

Well done to those who have posted incredible captures! Thanks!!!


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Aug 21, 2017 18:24 |  #34

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Aug 21, 2017 18:44 |  #35

At work in houston... best I could do. The flare shows the actual eclipse.


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Aug 21, 2017 18:53 |  #36

I was in Tellico Plains, TN, at the Cherohala Skyway Visitor Center. We had 2:38 of totality, and clear skies all day. What an amazing experience!

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Aug 21, 2017 18:55 |  #37

SCMatt wrote in post #18433526 (external link)
From Columbia SC almost directly on the line. This is the few I've looked at so far. I had absolutely AMAZING weather. Other than it being 95 degrees, the skies cleared off right as the Eclipse started and gave us one of the best shows in the world. I was lucky, some friends across town not even 15mins away had clouds. Couldn't have asked for it better than fully clear skies that held all the way through. I can't fully explain what I just saw, I was as close to the line of totality as you could probably get. It was the greatest natural phenomena I've ever witnessed.

Here is totality and the corona around the sun, as well as totality with some Chromosphere and a couple diamond rings. Still have tons more to go through.
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I was SO hoping to see photos from South Carolina! My daughter is at fort Jackson in basic training. Haven't spoken to her in 4 weeks. These brought me a little closer to her. Thank you for sharing these!!!


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Aug 21, 2017 18:59 |  #38

Here's my best effort. Canon 1D Mk IV, 70-200, 2xTC, Lee 10 stop ND filter, ISO 200, 1/5000, f20. Live view for framing.

Missed the beginning by a bit and stopped a minute or two early but I'm still pretty happy. But, there's always 2024 ;-)a


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Aug 21, 2017 19:02 |  #39

We had a clear day in East Tennessee today. It was an amazing sight.


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Aug 21, 2017 19:03 |  #40

Last minute decision to take a few shots w/ a MCT + Baader filter in the back yard.

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Aug 21, 2017 19:06 |  #41

96% viewing in Eastern Washington.

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Aug 21, 2017 19:13 |  #42

First, I just want to say that I was left speechless by the sight of totality. I don't think there's a photographer alive that could capture totality the way it looks (and feels) live. The best way I can describe it is "Insanely Beautiful".

My plan was to shoot a timelapse (which may or may not have turned out - I haven't checked) with one camera, and to shoot a sequence of partiality both before and after totality. However, after totality, I found myself just sitting in my chair, just amazed by the experience. I truly didn't care about partial eclipse photos after that. After a while, I spent my time talking with others who had watched. Made some friends today from across the country.

I was worried that I had gotten so caught up by the hype that I might be let down by totality. Instead, it was even better than I had hoped.

Anyway, here ya go...

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Aug 21, 2017 19:20 |  #43

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I was in Tellico Plains, TN, at the Cherohala Skyway Visitor Center. We had 2:38 of totality, and clear skies all day. What an amazing experience!

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outstanding set !! :-)

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Aug 21, 2017 19:21 |  #44

sandwedge wrote in post #18433626 (external link)
First, I just want to say that I was left speechless by the sight of totality. I don't think there's a photographer alive that could capture totality the way it looks (and feels) live. The best way I can describe it is "Insanely Beautiful".

My plan was to shoot a timelapse (which may or may not have turned out - I haven't checked) with one camera, and to shoot a sequence of partiality both before and after totality. However, after totality, I found myself just sitting in my chair, just amazed by the experience. I truly didn't care about partial eclipse photos after that. After a while, I spent my time talking with others who had watched. Made some friends today from across the country.

I was worried that I had gotten so caught up by the hype that I might be let down by totality. Instead, it was even better than I had hoped.

Anyway, here ya go...

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and another outstanding set

well done buddy :-)


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Aug 21, 2017 19:27 |  #45

And my mosaic...

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