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    ELP Eclipse


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    Default Re: 26 Jan 2009 Partial Solar Eclipse

    So everyone is is posting Eclipse here Below is my version. 1/4000, F40, No filter, 250mm 100% crop. Caught it at a HDB corridor while visiting my relatives :P



    Last edited by photatographer; 26th January 2009 at 10:50 PM.

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    some of you guys have nice pictures of the eclipse.. damn missed this rare moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiGdUb View Post
    Please go ahead and flame me.....yeah I deserve it.

    But I briefly looked up at the Sun at around 5.00 pm today and saw the exact image which you captured with your camera.

    This was done with my naked eyes. All I had to do was look at the Sun for a split second, maybe 1/30th of a second in camera speak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Soth View Post
    Please go ahead and flame me.....yeah I deserve it.

    But I briefly looked up at the Sun at around 5.00 pm today and saw the exact image which you captured with your camera.

    This was done with my naked eyes. All I had to do was look at the Sun for a split second, maybe 1/30th of a second in camera speak.
    argh!! not pain meh? I was squinting to do approx framing thru my viewfinder and even that was too much...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbinks76 View Post
    argh!! not pain meh? I was squinting to do approx framing thru my viewfinder and even that was too much...
    Wah! I must kowtow to you liao...... with the lens focusing the Sun's rays into your eyes, you must be Superhuman to be able to frame and compose your shot!

    All I did was look briefly at the Sun with my naked eyes (no sunglasses etc), I could see the lower left corner of the Sun being engulfed by the Moon. BTW: I'm currently not seeing "stars" or anything. And yes, I admit that what I did was really dangerous and also not recommended. If you are reading this, please don't ever follow my naughty example....
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    Default Re: 26 Jan 2009 Partial Solar Eclipse

    Here's my take.

    Last edited by dOlBy; 27th January 2009 at 01:22 AM.

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    Hi,
    The Sun hide into the cloud just at the later part of the Solar eclipse, so only got the first part. Below is a solar eclipse animated gif created from the photo I took:


    Have a nice day.

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