Yesterday night I heard there would be a Solar eclipse above Asia but too bad only partially seen in Hong Kong but still it would be the very first eclipse I would see plus take pictures of. I didn't even did any research on how to photograph it pretty much did what felt right and setup my camera Canon EOS 500D to the max fragma ( F45) and shutterspeed( 1/4000), used my Tamron 300-70mm tele lens and used my special mirror business card as a filter.
In the mids of all a big cloud came and made it bit more interesting however only thinnest layers of clouds made me to change the setting to be able to take this picture cause of different lightings. But also a big heavy cloud came through and made it impossible to take the eclipse. This is probably the highest point of the eclipse cause after it the sun became bigger again.
My very first eclipse super cool experience and learned myself how to take pictures of an eclipse. Also could not film it cause the 500D film function is not manual enough to be able to capture it. One thing is that the sun move pretty fast and gets out of frame very fast. Hope to see a total eclipse next time or a lunar eclipse. See the full photo set of the Eclipse here at my Flickr.