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ARTBorghi Solar eclipse 20.3.2015 : a 2 hour-long time-lapse shot from Zürich Botanical Garden

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With an infrared filter mounted on my Nikon 50 mm f/1.4G on D800, here is a time lapse in a single merged picture (one shot every 15 seconds, selected). Notice the tree branches on the upper right corner.

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The tropical greenhouses of Zürich Botanical Garden shot during the initial phase of the solar eclipse on 20.3.2015. Picture merging shot with D800 mounting the Nikon 16-35 mm f/4 (background) plus the 70-200 mm f/2.8 (sun) – camera settings: 1/8000 secs, f/22, ISO 25

Time lapse movie of the solar eclipse of 20.3.2015 in Zürich. Pictures shot with D800 + 50 mm f/1.4G + infrared filter

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on March 21, 2015
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  1. 03/21/2015

    Nice capture. Looks like you were not far from the totality. Just recently I published a retro of the 1970 total eclipse, and how NOT to shoot it, http://wp.me/p37YEI-1t3 but am looking forward to another chance in 2017 here in the states. M 🙂

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    • 03/21/2015

      I was in Munchen for the total eclipse 1999 – but had no camera filter ! I really admire your hand made tool to shoot the eclipse : if I only read you post earlier …. thanks for commenting!

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  2. 03/21/2015

    Lorenzo

    Awesome! What a great video!

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 03/22/2015

      Time lapsing the eclipse for 2 hours was a great occasion to really feel we are on a sphere rotating around other spheres … odd feeling.

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  3. 03/21/2015

    Hi Lorenzo

    At this time I had a präsentation at work. Thank you for this moment. A great funny and an interesting video.
    L.G. vs

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    • 03/22/2015

      Thanks V, I am glad I could help you enjoying it!

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  4. 03/23/2015

    too bad we couldn’t see it here!

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    • 03/26/2015

      good I could document it for you too 🙂 next one in Switzerland is in 2081: are WE ready 😀 ?

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