Photographer Dan Marker-Moore visited a remote location in South America to capture the 2019 total solar eclipse back on July 2nd. He then took the photos of the progression and turned them into beautiful “time slice” composites.
Here are the five composites Marker-Moore, a Sony Alpha Imaging Collective member, created:
This last composite contains 425 photos of the Sun.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes video showing how the photos were shot:
And here’s an 18-second time-lapseMarker-Moore made with the photos as well: