Camera: Fuji X-Pro2
Focal Length: ~400mm (~600mm equivalent) Fuji 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR with Fuji 2.0x extender (~1200mm equivalent).
We drove North to just South of Idaho Falls this morning to experience totality. I’ve experienced annular eclipses before, but never a total eclipse. This was truly awe-inspiring. I get it. Wow.
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We blasted up to Idaho to watch and it was one of the most amazing things I’ve seen! This photo is beautiful!
It was pretty stunning. I’m so glad that people across the country got a chance to participate in the wonderment of our solar system.
Nice work Bryan! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks man! It was surreal. I see now why people chase eclipses around the world.
Is this processed at all or SOOC? I haven’t seen such fine structure in the corona in many other images — certainly not in any of mine! In any case it’s a testament both to the Fuji and your skill with it.
It is almost straight out of camera. I brought the highlights down just a bit in post to show the filaments better. But this is really close to what you see in the camera. Fuji has really nice dynamic range.
Thank you for posting the full resolution version!