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Experts think the total solar eclipse on August 21 may become the most-viewed event in human history. Record numbers of people are expected to photograph, share, and watch live video feeds of the eclipse online. However, telecommuni...
In 1918, painter Howard Russell Butler precisely captured what the camera could not: the fiery colors of a solar eclipse. The post The Early-20th-Century Painter Who Captured Solar Eclipses appeared first on Hyperallergic.
When the moon eclipses the sun next week, another convergence will happen. Fueled by an army of amateur photographers, UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory and Google will bring the eclipse to the world. Jamie Yuccas reports.
If you're interested in photographing the solar eclipse, there are special lenses designed to protect your camera as well as your eyes. WCBS reporter Steve Overmyer has details.