Want to take your eclipse-photography experience to the next level? Get tips on advanced techniques from Fred Espenak, a.k.a. "Mr. Eclipse," during S&T's live webinar on Tuesday, May 23rd.
Fred Espenak, who recently retired from NASA, has made a long career of chasing — and recording — total solar eclipses.
There's now less than 3 months to go until August 21st's total eclipse of the Sun. And, like me, you're probably wondering how much time and energy to devote to capturing the very best images of the eclipse that you can. Even if you're an experienced photographer with good equipment, imaging the eclipse can be tricky because you'll be working with a challenging subject. And while the partial phases will last for hours, totality itself will come and go in less than 3 minutes.
Fortunately, my longtime friend and colleague Fred Espenak, a.k.a. "Mr. Eclipse," is here for you. He's already provided a webinar that covers the basics of solar-eclipse photography (downloadable here), and now he's readying to provide a second webinar on the advanced imaging techniques that you might want to use during the 2017 solar eclipse.
His live webinar on advanced eclipse photography is Tuesday, May 23rd, ...