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rigel123
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Full sun animation from 12/5/2012 new
      #5558293 - 12/06/12 09:13 PM

Right after I finished my animation of the large prom from 12/5 I decided to try a full sun shot. I was only able to get 19 frames for this animation before the sun went behind my chimney. Lots of stuff going on if you look closely.



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Andrev
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Re: Full sun animation from 12/5/2012 new [Re: rigel123]
      #5558451 - 12/06/12 11:12 PM

Warren.

On a small disk like that, it's hard to see the proms moving but it's very well done. Clear image, nice work. You are lucky to catch this big prom, here it's always cloudy day after day...

I prefer your closeup image.

Andre.


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rigel123
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Re: Full sun animation from 12/5/2012 new [Re: Andrev]
      #5558554 - 12/07/12 12:28 AM

I agree Andre, I like the close-up better as well.

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Andy Devey
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Re: Full sun animation from 12/5/2012 [Re: rigel123]
      #5558676 - 12/07/12 05:22 AM

Hi Warren

Excellent job, that format would be a great platform for flare patrol and capturing shock waves.

Regards

Andy


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raylal
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Re: Full sun animation from 12/5/2012 new [Re: Andy Devey]
      #5558722 - 12/07/12 06:54 AM

Great stuff Warren. Glad to see that someone can enjoy the sun these days. Thanks for sharing.

Ray


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