Here's a collage of the moon passing through the Earth's shadow. I have been wanting to shoot a complete lunar eclipse timelapse sequence completely in HDR for awhile. Magic Lantern "Software" allowed me to take 7 bracketed 2-stop exposures every 70sec. Afterwards, the final HDR images of every 7 exposure set was combined in Photoshop. Each phase in the collage represents an image taken every 7 minutes going from right to left. I guess 7 was the magic number this night. The collage represents about a hour before and after totality. It sort of reminds me of a glowing ceramic rod that has been heated considerably. I'm still working on a better version of an HDR lunar eclipse time lapse I made for an outreach event last weekend.
Taken with a Canon 600d mounted on a SV90 telescope.
Edited by DynamicUniverse, 01 February 2019 - 02:34 PM.