Total Solar Eclipse 2017

2nd Contact – Diamond Ring, Nikon D750, 1/160s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Bailey’s Beads, Nikon D750, 1/4000s, f/8.0, ISO 200, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Manually blended HDR image, Nikon D750, 6 exposures from 0,8 to 1/1250s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Manually blended HDR image, 6 exposures from 0,8 to 1/1250s, details enhanced with unsharp mask, Nikon D750, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Manually blended HDR image using the Pellet method as described by Jerry Lodriguss , Nikon D750, 6 exposures from 0,8 to 1/1250s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Nikon D7000, 1/40s, ISO 3200, 8mm f/5.6 Samyang Fisheye

 

Prominences on the suns limb, Nikon D750, 1/2500s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Prominences on the suns limb, Nikon D750, 1/2500s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Prominences on the suns limb, Nikon D750, 1/2500s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Sequence showing the solar chromosphere and Bailey’s beads on 3rd contact, Nikon D750, 1/2500s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Diamond ring at 3rd contact, Nikon D750, 1/160s, f/8.0, ISO 400, 600mm (300mm f/4 PF + TC-20E III)

Here is a timelapse animation showing the moon’s shadow sweeping across the sky:

 

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