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Eclipse News

What is the Best Book About Photographing the Eclipse?

If you are looking for the best reference book about photographing the eclipse your search is over.  Alan Dyer’s new e-book How to Photograph the Solar Eclipse: A Guide to Capturing the 2017 Total Eclipse of the Sun has all the information, photographs, diagrams and tutorials you will require to snap your own eclipse photographs, from […]

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Solar Eclipse Photography: Capturing the Perfect Shot

Capturing your calendar shot of the upcoming eclipse can be accomplished with a wide variety of equipment choices and levels of experience.  There are, however, challenges unique to astrophotography in general and eclipse photography in particular that you should consider before committing to a photo plan. Before we catalog these challenges, here is something for […]

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The 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Brings Everyone Together

Half a billion people. That is the number of people in the US, Canada and Mexico that will have the opportunity to witness the partial solar eclipse on August 21st.  The actual number is impossible to pinpoint, being subject to a number of variables, not the least of which is the weather at any given […]

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Scopedawg Review: The Best Solar Eclipse Camera Money Can’t Buy

When viewing the solar eclipse, you are doing so with the best imaging system out there – the mammalian optical system.  Our optical system (eye, retina, optic nerve and brain) is the model by which digital cameras and lenses / telescopes form images and outperforms even the most expensive and fancy of equipment.  We can adjust […]

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What’s in the Sky on August 21st?

  The moon’s shadow will take approximately 90 minutes to travel from the Pacific (Lincoln Beach, OR) to the Atlantic (Awendaw, SC).  As it traces its path the shadow crosses four time zones and August 21st the day continues along its merry way.  In terms of local time, the 2 hours and 32 minutes of eclipse in Lincoln […]

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Everybody’s Workin’ For The Eclipse

As we inch toward the August 21st eclipse, the magnitude of the event is starting to become apparent.  Tens of millions of folks, if not close to a couple hundred million, from around the country and around the globe will be descending on the path of totality as it moves across the USA.  To handle the influx, […]

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