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    More interested in filming people looking and reacting at eclipse. ( 0,01 ct contribution).


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    That's HOT! lololololol I'm hilarious.

    Ditto on the peoples reactions. Ed's tests are looking good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRJphoto View Post
    That's HOT! lololololol I'm hilarious.

    Ditto on the peoples reactions. Ed's tests are looking good.

    Thanks! I put together a lil vlog demonstrating it further.



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    Ed, found this video. Very interesting. Shooting this eclipse is serious business and there are some interesting things to see. Hope this video helps.


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    Hi guys,
    Hope your eclipse was amazing! Check out the vlog I made about my experience.



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    Here in "sunny" Northern California where there was only a partial eclipse there we mostly clouds



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    Here in "sunny" Northern California where there was only a partial eclipse there we mostly clouds
    That definitely has a cool look to it though!


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    For me, the eclipse was somewhat ordinary and modestly interesting until it went total. Even at 90 percent, while the light was dim and the weather cooled, it was seemingly not much more interesting than seeing the moon in its different phases. Once it went total, I became awestruck as did everyone around me. With the sky a midnight blue, I could not take my eyes off the eclipse. It was spectacular. One of the best minutes of my life. A minute after the sun peeked out again, I was in my car headed home with a big grin on my face.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul F View Post
    For me, the eclipse was somewhat ordinary and modestly interesting until it went total. Even at 90 percent, while the light was dim and the weather cooled, it was seemingly not much more interesting than seeing the moon in its different phases. Once it went total, I became awestruck as did everyone around me. With the sky a midnight blue, I could not take my eyes off the eclipse. It was spectacular. One of the best minutes of my life. A minute after the sun peeked out again, I was in my car headed home with a big grin on my face.
    Very similar to my experience!


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