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Lumix GH3 + Olympus 9-18mm
Yellow Water Billabong in the Northern Territory, Australia.
E-M 5 II, Olympus 9-18mm.
from the August 21, 2017 solar eclipse taken in Cookeville, Tennessee
This is my final process of the solar corona taken this past Monday during the total solar eclipse seen in Glendo, Wyoming. Using my E-M1.2 and Zuiko 500mm f8 reflex lens and Kenko Skymemo tracking mount. Since totality was a brief 2.5 minutes and I also wanted to enjoy seeing it in person and not just fixate on the camera, I shot about 4 different exposures from 1/400 to 1/4 s at ISO800 at 15 fps and controlled with my phone. I was able to stack about 20 frames per exposure to increase the S/N ratio and then apply the Espenak/Pellet process (Jan 1998 Sky & Telescope) of using Photoshop’s radial blur tool to tease out even stronger filament detail.
Olympus E-M1II, olympus 60 mm f/2.8 macro
La sencillez al componer es un plus.
Olympus EM1 MKII + MZuiko 40-150 Pro + 1.4X
Spotted Goby, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida, Olympus E-M1 MkII, Olympus 30mm F/3.5 macro lens, Nauticam NA-EM1II housing, Nauticam 45 macro port, Two Inon Z-240 strobes, ISO-200, F/16, 1/250th sec.
Panasonic GH5 with a Panasonic Leica 12-60mm @ 17mm, ISO 200. Sky is ƒ/22, 1/25 sec and foreground is ƒ/8, 1/50 sec.
Oregon wine country is beautiful. Add in a sunrise and it becomes stunning.
Two nights before the eclipse, we stayed in a bed and breakfast at a vineyard. Before sunrise, I saw the morning sky beginning to glow through our window and knew that I had to get up. I grabbed some gear and literally sprinted out into the vineyards
Composite of GF3/Rokinon 7.5mm and OMD-EM5/40-150, from the coast of South Carolina. — in Pawleys Island, South Carolina.
Olympus OM-D E-M1
E-M1II, 12-40mm f2.8
www.kurtknock.com — with Emily At Adage and Olivia At Adage in Cumberland, British Columbia.
EM-1 + LP 100-400 (@400)
Yellowstone National Park