Does anybody have advice on shooting the Solar Eclipse today? I was thinking of stacking Pancro IRNDs to the max on my Epic with a 500mm lens and most likely stopping all the way down. Damage dangers?
Well, I wasn't far enough north to get a good full-on centered shot, but here's a frame grab: 500mm lens @ f 22, 1/120 shutter. Multiple reflections from Pancro 1.5 IR+ND (mirror side out) stacked on top of regular .6 ND. I kind of like the effect, but I suppose if I didn't want the reflections, I'd have to limit myself to no other filters in the stack along with the Pancro.
Had to wait for 10min until I reached the beach to get the camera set up here in the Philippines but managed to catch the last 3rd or so. I had a Canon FD 300mm Century PL and shot it at 2K 30fps and 1degree of shutter at f 16 if I remember right.
I had no hot mirrors so I just stacked 2x.9ND, 1x1.5ND at the back of the lens. I had to do a little coloring in RCX 14 and this was the results.http://www.reduser.net/forum/attachm...1&d=1337691811
Go figure the time Im working over seas there is almost a total eclipse in the states. I was really glad to get what I did but geee you guys in the states really had some good subject to work with.
I've always preferred to frame some landscape with solar/lunar events. Took this just south of Page, AZ
Hi Andrew, this is an awesome shot. You managed to capture the event just on the cusp of becoming the "ring of fire." Can you share what equipment you used to make this shot?
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