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Originally posted by serbsta
Not as perfect as the one above though. I still don't understand how the moon can be faintly seen.
Originally posted by Primordial
The reason it looks so different from eclipse photos we are used to seeing is because of the technique used.
They take many photographs at different exposures in order to capture both the dark and light areas in detail then use software to combine them into one.
Look up HDR photography. If done right it can produce some stunning photos.