On Monday, August 21, the United States experienced the most photographed eclipse in history. From partial to totality, photographers spread throughout the country trying to obtain "the shot." Here are some of our favorites we gathered from Sony shooters:
Photo by Ben Moon (@ben_moon). Pacific City, Oregon. Sony α9. Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master lens at 25mm. 1/400-sec., f/2.8, ISO 320
Photo by Chris Burkard (@chrisburkard). Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
Photo by Ira Block (@irablockphoto). New York City. Sony α6500. Sony 20mm f/2.8 lens. 1/200-sec., f/6.3, ISO 100
Photo by Jason Lanier (@jasonlanierphotography). Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Sony α6500. Sony 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 G Master lens. 1/80-sec., f/5.6, ISO 100
Photo by Tony Gale (@tonygalephoto). New York City. Sony α6300. Sony 70-200mm f/4 G lens. 1/320-sec., f/6.3, ISO 100
Photo by Gart Hart (@garyhartphoto). Cascade, Idaho. Sony α7R II. Sony 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 G Master lens at 189mm. 1/6-sec., f/9, ISO 100
Photo by Eric Rubens (@erubes1). Green Peter Reservoir, Oregon. Sony α7R II. Sony 16-35mm f/4 lens at 166mm. 1/15-sec., f/4, ISO 1600
Photo by Spencer Pablo (@spencerpablophotography). Iona, Idaho. Sony α57. Sony 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G lens. 1/160-sec., f/8, ISO 100
Photo by Patrick Murphy-Racey (@murphyracey). Madisonville, TN. Sony RX100-V. 1/200-sec., f/2.8, ISO 125
Photo by Thibault Roland (@thibaultrolandphoto). Salem, Oregon. Sony α7R II. Sony 70-400mm f/4-5.6 G lens. 1/2500-sec., f/5.6, ISO 800
Photo by Stan Moniz (@stanmoniz). Oregon. Sony α7R II. 20mm lens.