dglobalnews.com Tips To Master Taking Photographs Of The Oregon Solar Eclipse
Published: Sat, July 22, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

Tips To Master Taking Photographs Of The Oregon Solar Eclipse

Tips To Master Taking Photographs Of The Oregon Solar Eclipse

The last total solar eclipse that was visible in the contiguous United States was back on February 26, 1979. With 100 million people living within an eight-hour drive of the eclipse's path through OR, he suspects Interstate 5, along with the roads through the Cascades, could turn into more of a parking lot than a highway. No matter what recommended technique you use, do not stare continuously at the sun. This is more common than a total solar eclipse, but it's nothing to sniff at if this is your first eclipse.

The first USA sighting will be in Lincoln Beach, Oregon at 11:05 a.m. CT and will be last seen in Charleston, South Carolina at 3:06 p.m. CT. You'd do best to avoid that since there is no cure for solar retinopathy.

First thing: Protect your eyes.

Do your research and pick a spot that's in the path of totality and away from city lights, with a clear, unobstructed view of the daytime sky.

A solar eclipse will be happening on August 21 and should be visible across parts of North America. If you do that on a regular day, you get a round pinprick of light - but it's not what you think it is. Make sure it can be angled up to point at the sun. “Its important that individuals take the responsibility to check they have the proper solar eclipse viewing glasses.

You can see exactly where under the eclipse your house lies using this interactive map made by Xavier Jubier.

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If your lens has image stabilization, turn it off to avoid it trying to correct for motion that isn't there. It may, however, have a small but noticeable effect on weather in the areas that experience a total eclipse.

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory website also has some simple instructions if you want to get creative with your pinhole camera. - Stephen Johnson, Photographer, Pacifica, Ca.

Rigby is planning a "Totality Awesome" Eclipse Street Fair on Main Street.

In addition to urging area businesses to make arrangements for traffic issues that may impact routine food and fuel deliveries, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is urging local residents to take steps to prepare for the eclipse and associated issues.

This data should help scientists better calculate how much solar energy hits the top of our atmosphere, how much is reflected back to space and how much thermal energy Earth sends off into space.

The last total solar eclipse to pass through the contiguous United States was in 1918 and that won't happen again until 2045, when Stillwater will be 100 percent dark, according to NASA.

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