All photos processed from RAW by Adobe Camera RAW. The camera was supported by Sunpak tripod. Canon wired electronic shutter release.
Early evening shot. The first thing I did was set a negative EV, trying to adjust the metering for the bright subject.
Canon EOS 60D with Tamron 18-200mm lens. f/5.6 at 0.800 sec Aperture Priority 102.0mm ISO 100 EV -2.67
At my location, approximately 20 miles due East of downtown Omaha, NE, the eclipse started about 1:00 am CDT. Clear and cold (upper 20s) with no wind. Camera was set up in my driveway. This photo was taken at 1:16 am.
Canon EOS 60D with Tamron 18-200mm lens. f/5.3 at 1/13 sec Aperture Priority 200.0mm ISO 100 EV -5.00
Changed my len before subsequent shots. Wanted to get a close as my equipment would allow. Caught this photo as the eclipse nears totality and the moon starts turning red. 1:57am
Canon EOS 60D with .Canon EF 75-300 (1.6 cf) lens f/8.0 at 1/2 sec Aperture Priority 300.0mm (effective 480mm) ISO 100 EV -5.00
The "money" shot of the shoot. You can understand why its called a "Blood Moon". This shot required changes to my procedure. I switched to "live" mode to get a good focus. Fortunately, I had time to go into the house to process earlier photos and realized I had a focus problem.
Canon EOS 60D with .Canon EF 75-300 (1.6 cf) lens f/6.3 at 5.00 sec Bulb 300.0mm (effective 480mm) ISO 100 EV 0.00
On the way back to the full moon, I was having problems with artifacts - see above. There was no detail in the moon like I was hoping to see. It was now 4:00 am.
Canon EOS 60D with .Canon EF 75-300 (1.6 cf) lens f/6.3 at 1.00 sec Bulb 300.0mm (effective 480mm) ISO 100 EV 0.00
Some more experimenting, I was able to get some detail into the moon before the eclipse was finished. 4:25 am
Canon EOS 60D with .Canon EF 75-300 (1.6 cf) lens f/5.6 at 1/125 sec Manual 300.0mm (effective 480mm) ISO 100 EV 0.00
A final shot of the moon as I head out for coffee at 5:40 am. This one was taken hand-held.
Canon EOS 60D with .Tamron 18-200mm lens f/6.3 at 1/320 sec Manual 200.0mm ISO 100 EV 0.00
While it was a long time in the cold (between breaks inside the garage and house) it was a productive shoot. I learned a lot about my Canon 60D camera and "shooting the moon". These photos will not be available for sale. At a later date, I will post information of any that may be for sale.