This is my first post here, but I have been looking at the work of others for a couple years.
The photo here is a composite of 13 shots taken during the eclipse on Monday. I had planned what I was going to do for over a year, but one look at the sun during totality and my brain froze - it was SO AWESOME!
The hardware was a Nikon D5300, Sigma 150-500 set at 300mm, a hoodman right angle finder (the sun was at 70 Deg.), a SLIK tripod and an Indoor Gimbal head.
Most of the shots were taken at F8 at 1/1000th. I tried to get a good shot of the coronas but I was so excited I missed most of the totality shots.
I can't wait for 2024!
Winston Salem, NC