seattle eclipse

The light changes

While I made a couple of pinhole cameras made from cigar boxes and shot the eclipse on film, those images need to be* developed.

A 60 image time-lapse, each image shot in 2 minute intervals, stitched together as a time-slice. My intention was to capture the apex of the eclipse over the cross on the top of the First Covenant Church’s cupola. I pre-planned the shoot yesterday morning but still managed to miss the mark a bit. Still, an interesting visualization of the light changed during the eclipse in Seattle. Approximately 92% of sun was obscured by the moon’s shadow.

9:12 – 11:14 a.m.


*The Pittsburgher in me is still strongly inclined to type “need developed” not “need to be developed”.

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