Total Solar Eclipse Earthshine
Taken by Alex Barnedt/1987A Photography on August 21, 2017 @ Boysen Reservoir, Wyoming
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 6D
Exposure Time: 8/10
Aperture: Unavailable
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2017:08:24 21:07:35
 
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Totality of the Solar Eclipse is just amazing! Watching day go to night almost instantly is crazy and the corona is amazing to see! I will never forget it! This is a composite image of 25 photos taken during totality, and then blended together in Photoshop to bring out detail in the corona and lunar surface. I used my Canon 6D DSLR camera, Skywatcher ProED 80mm APO refractor telescope with field flattener on a Celestron AVX equatorial mount. Exposures range from 1/1600th of a second up to 8 seconds. ISO 100. F/7.5
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This is an absolutely spectacular well edited shot. I am speechless. It was an amazing experience I agree. We didnt really intend on taking any photos because of all the excellent astrophotographers that would be taking photos so we hadnt purchased any special equipment. But we did wind up taking shots during totality anyway. Exciting experience! Thanks so much for sharing your information for this composite.
Posted by Zo1e 2017-08-31 15:52:46
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