Plan 7. July 2nd, 2019 Total Solar Eclipse in Chile and Argentina

Learn how to plan any solar eclipse photo you imagine with an example.

In this video you’ll learn how to plan the July 2nd, 2019 total solar eclipse (happening in Chile and Argentina) so you know where to go to capture all the phases of the eclipse. And also how to find the right shooting spot to capture the eclipse align with your favorite subject.

For example, imagine the total solar eclipse standing right above the magnificent 93-meter tall structure of la Cruz del Tercer Milenio, in Coquimbo, Chile. What do you think?

Is it possible? Will it happen? Let’s figure it out! Let’s plan the total solar eclipse with PhotoPills!

Time Index

00:00 Introduction
01:46 Step 1 Select the July 2nd, 2019 total solar eclipse
03:10 Step 2 Place the Red Pin to a location within the band of totality
04:11 Step 3 Figure out when the eclipse phases happen
05:09 Step 4 Figure out where the eclipse will happen in the sky
06:42 Step 5 Place Black Pin on your subject
07:25 Step 6 Find the shooting spot
10:56 Step 7 Check the size of the eclipse
11:43 Step 8 Plan your field of view and depth of field
14:14 Final words

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