Photographer Dan Marker-Moore has captured the stunning progression of a recent solar eclipse in Chile through a unique composition and photography process.
He describes his work by saying:
“My career in photography grew out of a passion and hobby. As the age of social media began so did my constant use of the camera. I had many cameras before but I did not use them every day and more importantly share the new photos every day. This constant ritual of capturing and sharing dramatically improved my photography skills. Even though that passion grew into a career, I still have a passion for photography and continue to explore the realm in various personal projects.“Source: Dan Marker-Moore’s website
Over a period of 3 hours, Marker-Moore captured between 26-425 photos of the Sun and the Moon.
The YouTube video below shows a behind-the-scenes look at his incredible process…
Check out the gorgeous time-lapse video of the rare event below.
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