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Mar 13, 2018 19:08:24   #
Me Like! Very Nice!
Mar 13, 2018 19:06:15   #
Another Fine Set Jack!!
Mar 13, 2018 19:01:13   #
Great Set Erv!!
Dec 8, 2017 13:13:52   #
Great Set Indeed!! The only two problems i see... Trying to figure which one to frame and how big to make it! #1 Certainly is favored though.
Dec 8, 2017 12:53:00   #
Erv wrote:
Thanks! I just call him little guy.:)

OK, but what's he call you? Papa?
Dec 8, 2017 08:28:55   #
Another Fine Set Jack!
Dec 8, 2017 08:14:30   #
Dec 8, 2017 08:11:30   #
Great Set, Jack!!
Looks like the Lens is working out really well.
Dec 8, 2017 08:06:55   #
Great Shot, Erv!
In our day if you wrapped yourself in the string of lights you would get burnt from the hot bulbs.
Dec 8, 2017 08:01:00   #
Great Set Grandpa!
Do You have a Nickname yet?
Nov 28, 2017 13:30:48   #
Longshadow wrote:
I thought the lens should be part of the shot instead of just a view out of the window. Makes it a little more meaningful.

I agree and a Very Nice Shot, Longshadow!!

Has this one been updated to the new LED lights yet?

We were in the Light House @ Presque Isle on Lake Erie last spring. It had already been changed over. They told how the number of rings of LEDs that make up the light determine the brightness. I believe it's to be visible, based on the height above the water and the ability to see it while bobbing in the water, 10 miles off shore. If I remember correctly...
Nov 28, 2017 08:48:00   #
That's definitely one to be proud of. If you get the chance to do again try shooting it in portrait to get more of the band.
Oct 27, 2017 23:33:37   #
Albuqshutterbug wrote:
Where the loss of focus hurts you is with the sunspots.
Don't worry about that. I like the concept and execution.
Well done.
What surprised me and blew my timing on the total eclipse was how the corona was visible instantly at totality.
What a breath taking view.
I did my imaging in Madras Oregon with just a bit of smoke in the air.
I only see one of your shots with clouds so you did well.
Welcome to our corner of the world.
Look forward to seeing more images as you progress.
This was my post if you're interested.
Where the loss of focus hurts you is with the suns... (show quote)

Very Nice! great tripods... I'll try to add my setup tomorrow... Took it with my phone!
Oct 27, 2017 23:23:23   #
barbie.lewis wrote:
Your progression photo is great! Love the totality in the center and the others around it! Creative concept!

I've been wanting to assemble a collage since Eclipse Day but don't have the software expertise or computer resources to do it.

Barbie, I just watched a few Gimp for beginners videos on YouTube. Then worked on my images. Going back to YouTube to see what I missed... It's really not that hard when you get into the flow of it. Make sure you bring your jpgs in as layers to work with them. Did I mention Gimp is free to download and use.
Oct 27, 2017 11:32:49   #
Europa wrote:
Welcome Akron, OH...Go Buckeyes! Nice compilation, you should post a single of the totality image, looks good.

Thank You, Europa! I'm just starting to get a little more involved in the Astro side of Photography. We had a nice Refractor scope when I was a kid but did not appreciate the value of it at the time... Now it's starting all over and realizing how little I actually know...

Anyway here is one of the Total Eclipse. I forgot to take my filter off early enough to get the Diamond Ring and Bailey's Beads. That and working with the 10sec delay caused more than a few missed timing shots. My Diamond Ring coming out of Total Eclipse is about the size of a 100 crt or more.

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