Massive Sunspots On The Sun.
Taken by Dennis Asfour on October 24, 2014 @ Brasilia, DF Brazil
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 40D
Exposure Time: 1/6400
Aperture: f/18.0
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2014:10:25 13:11:55
 
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I have recently been on a kick to shoot the sunrises here in Brasilia, Brazil because they are just a beautiful sight to behold. Some days very red others orange yet others more white. I am playing around with various f-stops up to f64 and shutter speeds to see what kind of shots I can get. I am not using any kind of filters as of yet. Maybe if the sun was higher in the sky I would have to use filters.
After I took the shot I had to check my camera out. I thought I had some sort of dirt or oil spots on my sensor. I couldnt believe what I was seeing. My friend Lucas Ferreira,student at Universtiy of North Brazil, pointed me to a video from NASAs site called NASA SDO - One Giant Sunspot. After watching it I felt better knowing my sensor was not dirty or damanged!
One photo I uploaded was from 10/17 and it didnt show a massive sunspot. Another photo I attached shows a large sunspot in the lower right section of the sun, then on October 24 I decided to take some shots of the sunrise and you can see what I got.
Details:
ISO 100, f18, 1/6400s, 432MM
Camera:
Canon 40D w/sigma 2x doubler on my EOS 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM telephoto lens
(note: IS shut off)
set at 135mm for this shot.
Total focal lenth including the 1.6 crop factor of an APC sensor equaled 432mm.
Camera mounted on a Velbon Carbon Tripod. I used mirror lockup and a remote shutter activator, as I normally do with tripod setups.
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Awesome and amazing shots very beautiful. Well done! Thanks for sharing them!
Posted by brightmstar7 2014-11-10 13:00:33
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