Gallery Contributions by Mark Bender

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Made by Mark Bender

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Gallery: tse2006
On the deck of the Costa Fortuna. There with my Italian pal; Massimo Russo and company - courtesy of Mark Bender
From the deck of the Costa Fortuna. Filmed on 16mm Kodak cinefilm with a Bolex R16 hand-wind motion picture camera - courtesy of Mark Bender
Great colors across the entire scope of the horizon on board the Costa Fortuna. This was my first eclipse at sea and the beautiful grades of color ascending on across the horizon was a remarkable feature for me. - courtesy of Mark Bender
Departing Italy - courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender
Departing Italy - courtesy of Mark Bender
Gallery: vt2012
Filmed with my Canon T2i and 250mm lens from Leslie Kothmann\'s backyard in Boerne Texas. This was a wonderful day! - courtesy of Mark Bender
Gallery: tse2001
Filmed with Kodak Cinefilm with Bolex R16. Did not have any telephoto lens and so the eclipse was pretty small in the frame. Because the clockwork Bolex only runs for about 28 seconds between windings, using this really only allows you to film about 50% of your eclipse. - courtesy of Mark Bender
Gallery: tse2010
Just prior to totality my 360 panorama Sony Bloggie camera captured the action at our Moai site. - courtesy of Mark Bender
The eclipse above the Moai at Ahu Tahai. In order to capture both the Moai and the eclipse I had to use my widest angle lens, an 18mm on a 2/3 chip digital camera. This makes the eclipse look a bit puny in the sky but as Eclipse Chasers well know, this is not what it\\\'s like actually there on the day. - courtesy of Mark Bender - courtesy of Mark Bender
The eclipse above the Moai at Ahu Tahai. In order to capture both the Moai and the eclipse I had to use my widest angle lens, an 18mm on a 2/3 chip digital camera. The head on my tripod was made exclusively for filming in a landscape perspective and so I was hard pressed to find a best angle to try and get the best shot here. With this \\\"dutch\\\" angle I hoped to capture the scene. - courtesy of Mark Bender - courtesy of Mark Bender
Location scouting on Easter Island in the Quarry - courtesy of Mark Bender
Gallery: ase2012
- courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender
We witnessed the annular eclipse just before sunset just outside a wee Texas town named \"Sunset\", Texas. How perfect is that? - courtesy of Mark Bender
- courtesy of Mark Bender

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