It’s 5 Feet Wide and Took 5 Years to Make – Photography Article

When you’re building the world’s largest digital camera, to power one of the world’s most impressive telescopes, you’re going to need to manufacture one of the world’s most incredible lenses. That’s how this massive, 5.1-foot wide optic—the largest high-performance optical lens ever made—came to be. Th 3.2-gigapixel camera being built for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) was thought up over a decade ago. But after getting the green light in 2011, and securing funding in 2015, it was off…

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Otherworldly 4K time-lapse will make you discover Chile’s deserts at night — Time Lapse Network – Time.Lapse Photography Article

This short-film features innovative sequences like a night hyper-lapse and the most detailed astrolapse yet thanks to deep-sky techniques. Adrien Mauduit shared with us the following details on his video: Ever since I started astrophotography I’ve waited to visit the dark skies of Chile. I took advantage of the total solar eclipse of July 2nd to give me a ‘good excuse’ to go there and shoot astrolapses as well. For a bit more than two weeks, Alyn Wallace and I…

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These Time Slice Composites Show the Life of a Total Solar Eclipse – Photography Article

Photographer Dan Marker-Moore climbed to a remote mountain top in South America to capture the 2019 total solar eclipse back on July 2nd. He then took the photos of the progression and turned them into beautiful “time slice” composites. Here are the five composites Marker-Moore, a Sony Alpha Imaging Collective member, created: This last composite contains 425 photos of the Sun. All the Sun photos were shot over the course of three hours using a Sony a7R III and a…

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Photographer Captures Perfect Shot of Person ‘Holding’ the Total Solar Eclipse – Photography Article

Photographer Albert Dros may have captured one of the coolest photos of yesterday’s total solar eclipse in Chile. In addition to a few striking photos of a his model, Bart Lablans, standing next to the eclipse, he also managed to capture Bart “holding” it at totality. Take that cliché Leaning Tower of Pisa photos. The photo was captured as part of a group organized by Dream Photo Tours and NatPhoto. But instead of using this rare opportunity to capture a…

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