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Pokey

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center.jpg has a really dark sky


The sky wasn't that dark to the naked eye. I had to use an 8x neutral density filter and -5 exposure compensation to make the ring visible in the photo.

Si

Great photos!

I took some too - from the Bay Area Maker Faire. Not the full deal you got further north, but still quite impressive to experience.

http://www.doctormonk.com/2012/05/eclipse-photos.html

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Graynomad

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What does RPCoyle's picture show?

That's what shadows look like during an eclipse.

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danimath

How did you take the photos (without burning your eyes  8))

I've tried to see the eclipse in germany in 1999, but I got wet - rainy, clouds, and no sun  :()

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Andreas
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#define true '/'/'/'
#define false '-'-'-'

Pokey

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How did you take the photos (without burning your eyes)


I used a DSLR with a neutral density filter, and I didn't look too long!

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