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towards the end of the eclipse.. Nice being in the right place for once :)
The recent Blood Moon eclipse over the Carquinez Bridge...
Sorry for my recent lack of activitiy on Flickr. Have been holding back on editing waiting for a LR update and my computer logic board recently failed. The two together = big backlock on workflow but hey, it's all just water under the bridge. :-)
BTW: If anyone is interested in a brand new never used Nikon D610, please contact me....
Eclipse parcial de sol visto desde el único día nublado de Santiago
August 11, 1999. Zenit TTL + MTO 11 CA 1000mm, Konica VX 200.
One of my first photos ever I considered good enough to show off.
Since the recent eclipse looked like fun, I've decided to revisit the last one I have witnessed to date
(I couldn't see any of those that followed because of the weather).
I've had many adventures with this borrowed monster Soviet lens -- for example I saw 30 or more white-tailed eagles circling in the air together just for fun, right above me, a one in a lifetime thing -- but I had ran out of film. At least I could watch them and count them through a 1000 mm telescope.
Eclipse December 21st 2010 I Use for this photos my sigma 50mm-500mm
Lunar Eclipse tonight, with guest appearances by Saturn (blue top right) and Regulus, (bright star on left). It was gorgeous to see, and my pix don't do it justice. But, I just popped this off in the backyard to record the event for myself, and I'm sure folks with telescopes or longer lenses got a nicer shot...can't wait to see some. How beautiful our lovely moon is.
Solar (partial) eclipse this morning.
I wanted to use my sunglasses and the car tint but it was too bright. Good thing I was able to get hold of two dark used films in the store where I went.
As soon as i got home I uploaded it and was putting my watermark. Accidentally I clicked the action I used for watermark on the sun. It turned out well.
Unfortunately, last night’s eclipse was itself eclipsed by heavy cloud cover. The moon would peek out for a few seconds every now and then but not long enough for me to get a good shot. Since I was feeling left out, I decided to revisit this series I made the last time I was able to witness the whole event. Those familiar with this image might have noticed the fancy new rounded corners that I added using Picnik (thanks Angie).
Another sequence of the lunar eclipse this week. Nikon 400mm lens and 1.7 teleconverter.
Eclipse da Lua em 15.04.2014. Foto tirada às 06:00hs, da janela do quarto de minha filha, quando nos preparávamos para levá-la ao colégio.
Hong Kong July 22, 2009 at 9:27am during the darkest point of the Partial Eclipse.
Explored - Thanks all.
28th August 2007
Maroochydore Qld. Australia.
Day 240 in my 2007 day by day series.
4 of four photos.
ECLIPSE LUNAR Desde Rosario
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This lunar eclipse shot was taken from my backyard back on a clear winter night of the winter solstice December 2010. The last lunar eclipse happening on a winter solstice was 372 years prior.
Had to shoot at ISO 1600 as it was total darkness outside. The moon is not perfect, but I am so glad that the stars were also captured in the dark night sky.
Shot as is with just some sharpness and white balance adjustments.
Happy weekend, everyone!
Eclipse on February 20th 2008. Photoshop HDR.
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Another shot from the bottom of Bluff Point while the eclipse was at its height.
me perdi la primera parte, aqui lo que pude ver
En realidad se nota el cambio de luminosidad en el exposímetro de la cámara, visulamente muy poco.
Dos imágenes tomadas en el mismo momento, combinadas. La primera 1/2 seg - f6.3; la segunda: 1/200 seg - f10.
Distancia focal:840 mm
[...] It's only during an eclipse that the Man in the Moon has a place in the sun [...]
-- Quote by Unknown
Vatican City (March, 2008)
The annular eclipse was pretty cool, even with the 90% coverage we had in San Francisco. But somehow, none of the images showed the moon across the face of the sun. So I decided to try some extreme processing.
This was taken just after the maximum eclipse, about two hours before sunset.
Worth viewing on black if you have time.
The bird was too low to get in the same shot with the 400mm lens, so has been moved into frame from a 2nd shot.
Both shots SOOC
Leaves of an apple tree cast crescent shadows at the height of Sunday's eclipse.
After battling rain/lightning I managed to get a shot of the eclipse here in Michigan! Not the best picture but it tells the story :)
An image created on 120 film in an experimental pinhole camera, pointed at the sun during the eclipse. The "trees" may be traces of the beachside casuarinas. They may be figments from inside the camera.