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Made by Richar Barefor

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Gallery: ase2012
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; Partial in Ha, shortly after 1st contact
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; Partial in Ha shortly before 2nd contact
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; 2nd contact
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; maximum eclipse
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; over exposed to show prominences
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; 3rd contact
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; Ranger McCrary says, Welcome to Lassen Volcanic National Park!
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; observation site beside Lake Manzanita. My equipment is in foreground.
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; observers
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; solar crescents through a saltine cracker.
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; view over lake at crescent sun (notice internal lens reflections).
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; max eclipse reflected onto tree trunk with mirror.
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; max eclipse over lake (again note the lens reflections).
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; relection of partial eclipse on lake surface (note lens relfection).
- courtesy of Richard Bareford; my equipment: Coronado SolarMax 60mm Hydrogen alpha f/6.6 telescope, Imaging Source DMK 41AU02 USB CCD monochrome camera.
Gallery: tse2012
14 Nov 2012, 07:11:56 AEST, 1/90 sec, f/26, ISO 2000, effective fl/1680 mm, Canon EOS 5D Mk II, Astro-Tech AT65EDQ (fl/420 mm, f/6.5), Tele Vue X4 Powermate, Thousand Oaks Optical Type 2+ glass solar filter, iOptron SmartEQ equatorial mount; taken at Amaroo, about 4 km NW of Kuranda, QLD, Australia. We had about 20 seconds of totality, visual only. I got this shot after the skies cleared about 30 minutes later. - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Gallery: tse2013
15 minutes before C1, 10:35:20 UTC. 5.75 N, 16.63 W, Atlantic Ocean. All shots using Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 200mm lens w/2X teleconverter, f/5.6
This median combine was made with 9 frames, all that were entirely within the field of view, using the AVS Video Converter snapshot tool (then processed with Images Plus and Picture Window). The sequence begins at the 2:38.437 mark of the video which begins at 12:25:02 for a computed time of 12:27:40.437. This compares with a calculated C2 of 12:27:27.5. This was the last complete image obtained until after C3. Our captain maneuvered the ship sharply to stay in the clear and I couldn\'t follow with my tripod mount. So I gave up and enjoyed the show visually. Stunning! - courtesy of Richard Bareford
63 minutes before C2 - courtesy of Richard Bareford
32 minutes before C2 - courtesy of Richard Bareford
6 minutes after C3 - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Calculated time is 12:27:00.3 UTC; 30 frame median combine.
Calculated time is 12:27:03.5 UTC; 30 frame median combine.
Calculated time is 12:26:55.3 UTC; 30 frame median combine.
C1 10:51 UTC; computed C1, 10:50:12.6
Gallery: tse2016
HDR of 13 exposures, from the deck of MV Le Soléal, in the Molucca Sea, near Indonesia, 00° 22.6' S, 124° 26.9' E, - courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
My set up; Canon EOS 5D MKII, 200mm lens with doubler - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Set up showing lap top connection - courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
- courtesy of Richard Bareford
Moi - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Gallery: tse2017
Corona structure in HDR This image is a high dynamic range (HDR) composite of 8 shots all with different exposures taken sequentially over 16 seconds, ranging from 1/250 second at ISO 100 to 1/15 second at ISO 6400. The process brings out the details in the shadows while preserving the highlights and approximates what the eye sees. The curving rays rising from the poles are actually plasma arcs following the sun's magnetic field lines. Pretty cool. Camera: Canon EOS 5D MkII; 2X teleconverter; Telescope: 65mm aperture, 420mm focal length; equatorial tracking mount; exposures controlled by Eclipse Orchestrator. Boysen State Park, Shoshoni, Wyoming. - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Second Contact Exposure: 1/200 sec, ISO 100; Canon EOS 5D MkII, effective focal length 840 mm. Boysen State Park, Shoshoni, Wyoming. - courtesy of Richard Bareford
Third Contact Exposure: 1/320 sec, ISO 100; Canon EOS 5D MkII, effective focal length 840 mm. Boysen State Park, Shoshoni, Wyoming. - courtesy of Richard Bareford

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