you guys have awesome pics..
i can only took an iphone 7 shot because it's cloudy.
Amazing pics here. Thanks for sharing you all.
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Joined Feb 2011
Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
sandwedge wrote in post #18433626
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.
Fantastic set of images Doug, and I particularly like your description of totality... exactly how I felt during the 2012 eclipse in Australia
Be sure those "stars" are not just hot/stuck pixels.
Camera's: 70D, G12 | Len's: 18-135mm IS STM, 55-250mm IS STM, 50mm f/1.8 II | Photos:flickr
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Location: Memphis, TN USA
I drove 4 1/2 hours to Hopkinsville Kentucky and would have driven further if need be.
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Location: Northern Colorado
Guess I'll post mine to this thread too.
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Joined Jun 2007
Location: Texas USA
Aug 22, 2017 09:06 as a reply to @ Colorado CJ's post |
Great looking shot ! Did you take this with your phone or a regular camera ? Just curious how you were able to edit with your phone .
Spring City, TN at Veteran's Park. It was clear skies the whole way through. We had shadow bands before and after totality as well. Was too excited to think about taking videos with the phone. Oh well.
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Joined Jan 2006
Location: Nashville, Tn.
Here is mine from a little north of Nashville - in White House, Tn.
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Location: Westchester County, NY
Just north of NYC. 77% coverage at 2:44pm
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Joined Nov 2010
Location: Boston MetroWest Burbs
Took these in central Oregon, in the Painted Hills area.
HDR of corona shots:
Diamond Ring. Check out awesome prominence to the right of the diamond:
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In West Boylston, Massachusetts, where we had some cloudsIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XHhvWs 118_4561_1 by Mark A. photo, on FlickrIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Xnjwpf 118_4527 by Mark A. photo, on FlickrIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XYizhX 118_4621_1 by Mark A. photo, on FlickrIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/WJKq6i 118_4668_2 by Mark A. photo, on Flickr
Chet,You are a genius
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Location: Elkhart, Indiana
Post edited over 2 years ago by Inspeqtor.
HERE is my meager attempt. We had a lot of clouds at times, other times pretty decent.