Solar Eclipse Wide Field Exposure Adjusted

This version of the time lapse video has had every frame adjusted to remove the automatic exposure settings and maintain a constant exposure. No computer monitor or file format is sufficient to cover the real dynamic range from full sunlight to evening night sky, but this video will give you an idea of the change in illumination throughout the duration of the eclipse. While the bright sky is completely blown out, if you watch the landscape and foreground you can see things getting darker during the progression of the partial eclipse before things go almost completely black at totality. The goal is to give you an idea of what totality really felt like.


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