Eclipse Over Long Pine Key
Everglades National Park, Homestead, Florida
This image was captured at the lake next to the Long Pine Key Campground of Everglades National Park between 2:43 and 4:26 pm on August 21, 2017. It is one of our Gigapan panoramas. A total of 313 photographs were used from three different panoramas for the landscape, and twenty photographs of the sun were taken. Technically, it was by far our most complicated image so far. (Note: the previous title-holder was Osprey Family.)
This image is 33,513 pixels high by 44,397 pixels and spans around 86° by 92° of view. For a better close-up view of the full-size image, go to our Gigapan.com page.
To order a print of this image, hit the button to the left. Before you do, you may want to check the maximum size estimates or what's currently in stock below. Each item in stock has its own order button.
For more information, check out the following blog posts:
Ideas For Shooting The Solar Eclipse In Miami With Phone Or Camera,
Our Newest Image – A Gigapan With The Solar Eclipse,
Making “Eclipse Over Long Pine Key”,
A Nighttime Solar Eclipse?, and
Two More Eclipse Questions.
Landscape: Canon EOS 7D camera w/ EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens set at 105mm mounted on Gigapan unit. Camera was on f/16 for 1/30 sec at ISO 100. Three different panoramas were used. For the last one, lens had 3-stop neutral density filter.
Suns: Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera w/ EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens set at 400mm. Camera was on f/16 for 1/400 sec at ISO 100. Lens had 10-stop and 6-stop neutral density filters. To avoid looking directly at sun, camera was on live view. Tripod was not used.
|Print details: maximum size||Medium||Printed||Estimated||(In-house)|
|Fine Art Paper||11" x 15"||13 ft x 181/2 ftS||(431/2"x60")|
|Canvas||26" x 36"||19 ft x 26 ftS||(371/2"x52")|
Currently In Stock
Although we can print to your specifications any size up to the above limits to the nearest 1/16" with any mat and moulding combinations, the below prints are available immediately:
Although the resolution and sharpness of the image should allow for this, we would need to send an image this size somewhere else to get it printed. Our printer can print up to 44" across, meaning that practically, we can print an image on paper up to 431/2". On canvas, we could only go to 371/2", to make room for wrapping the edges. Thus our in-house size limit for this image is shown above in parentheses.