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How to Photograph a Total Solar Eclipse

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On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will soar over the heads of more than 30 million people across North America. This astronomical event is a unique opportunity for scientists studying in the shadow of the Moon, but it’s also a perfect opportunity to capture unforgettable images. Whether you’re an amateur photographer or a selfie master, try out these tips for photographing the eclipse.

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