Χάρισε την αγάπη του σ’ έναν τρελό βιολιστή
Ο τρελός την επήρε τραγούδι
Βρέχει ο ουρανός λουλούδια νομίσματα
Αντηχούνε οι δρόμοι τ’ ολέθριο βιολί
Της αγάπης το τραγούδι το ‘χουν μάθει τώρα όλοι
Με χείλια σμιχτά μελανά το σφυρίζουν
Μόνο αυτός δεν το ξέρει
Checking out the #SolarEclipse today? If you don't have a #telescope you can still photograph the #eclipse directly using your camera and lens with the proper #solar filter attached. The image size of the sun, however, may be a mere dot on the negative. A 50mm normal lens has an angle-of-view of 43-degrees. The disk of the #sun is only one-half degree, so the image of the sun will be less than 1/80th the width of the negative! To produce a satisfactory image, you need a longer lens. The angle-of-view of a 500mm lens is 5-degrees, so the one-half degree sun will be about 1/10 the width of your negative. Still small, but visible.
If you're using a film SLR or full-frame sensor, the prior calculations are correct. If you're using a digital SLR with a smaller sensor, you'll get added magnification and a 500 mm lens will give you a somewhat larger image of the sun.
With all digital cameras, you need to be careful focusing the camera on the bright sun without protection. Some digital sensors can be affected by too much bright sunlight. While you can protect your eyes by using live view on the LCD viewing panel if your DSLR has live view, that won't protect your sensor.
To get a better picture, you'll have to replace the lens of your camera with a telescope, which is really just a very long lens. I use a five-inch telescope. The objective lens (big end) is five inches wide and the focal length is 1200mm. With this very long lens, the disk of the sun is about half the height of a 35mm frame. Plenty big. Enjoy! #VscoCam#SolarEclipse2017