Day 233/365: Totality — eight-frame high dynamic range image, with lunar surface detail! — Earlier today I was only able to edit a quick single frame of totality for my previous image. That one got a ton of attention and this one will likely get a lot less, but I’m actually a LOT happier with this image. This eight-frame HDR photo is made up of shots ranging from shutter speeds of 1/2000 all the way to 1/8 of a second. Let me know where you all caught the eclipse from, partial or total! I was lucky enough to find clear skies in Williamston, South Carolina, under a mile north of the centerline. Thanks so much to Hap Griffin and other astronomer friends to hosting us at a private field so close to the centerline. I'm sure I'll re-edit my images in the coming weeks and I'm sure I'll hate looking back on this one, but for now, I'm very happy with it and all I got today.