Georgia Total Eclipse Guide

Georgia Total Eclipse Guide

Georgia Total Eclipse GuideOn August 21, a remarkable event will occur over Georgia. A rare total eclipse will pass directly over one of America’s great states. If you are planning to view the total eclipse in Georgia, you need the Georgia Total Eclipse Guide.

This book has everything you need to know about viewing and photographing the eclipse from the Georgia area. In it, you will find some of the secret locations locals know.

Why Buy the Georgia Total Eclipse Guide?

Idaho Total Eclipse GuideWhere should you watch the eclipse from? How will you find these locations? If you have never been to the state of Georgia before, you might get lost. You don’t want to be lost on the big day of the eclipse! The book even will tell you exactly where to stand if you want to see the eclipse directly over any of the state’s unique viewing points. It’s not where you think it is!

This commemorative official guide has information on lodging, travel and local secrets. You will find a wealth of information about how to safely and successfully photograph this rare total eclipse that will traverse the United States.

How Does the Commemorative Official Guidebook Work?

Sastrugi Press has included a special section at the back to write down your personal total eclipse notes. You can write what you thought, felt, who you were with, and where you stayed in your own personal copy.

Each person in your group or family should have their own copy. That way they can write their own notes down and keep the book as a keepsake.


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Georgia Total Eclipse Guide information

Author: Aaron Linsdau
ISBN: eBook only
Page Count: 70
Interior: eBook


Solar Filters

If you plan to photograph, use binoculars, or a telescope, then you need a solar filter for your optics. Go to the www.totaleclipseguide.com/filters page to select the right filter for your camera, binoculars, or telescope.

You need one of these filters, otherwise you will fry the inside of your camera. Worse, you can permanently blind yourself. Hurry and buy these soon, as there is little time to receive them before the eclipse.

Click for safe solar eclipse filters


Exciting Announcement

Sastrugi Press is super excited for our new book to come out this month:  Georgia Total Eclipse Guide, the Commemorative Official Keepsake Guidebook. It’s loaded with eclipse photography specifics, safety info, and locations to shoot from.
If you want to photograph the eclipse over Georgia, this book has specific locations to shoot from. It has specific locations to be in on August 21, 2017.

This book is a keepsake. Get a copy for each of your family members.

Each can write down their emotions and remember this unique and once-in-a-lifetime event in Georgia. The back of the book has prompts for notes. Write down your personal experience with the total solar eclipse, the first in the US since 1979.

Keepsake Notes Section

Here are the note sections you can write down in your Georgia Total Eclipse Guide:
  • Who was I with?
  • What did I see?
  • What did I feel?
  • What did the people with me think?
  • Where did I stay?
Years later you can read about your family memories with this book. For some, this may be the one and only total eclipse they will ever see.

Eclipse Photography

Photographing an eclipse is actually pretty dangerous. The author partly fried the inside of his D300s during the 2012 partial eclipse. Oops! His Nikon still works but it was a good lesson. It was like photographing a military laser beam.
The book also explains how to photograph the total eclipse. The difference between shooting a partial and a total eclipse is massive. Your exposure goes from, well, the sun, all the way to starlight in a few seconds. Can you shoot 11 bracketed shots in 2 minutes under pressure? That’s what it takes to capture that corona and the stars.

Georgia Total Eclipse Guide Photography Locations

sun over grand tetonWhere are some good locations to photograph the eclipse from? The book has loads of locations, how to get there, and where to stand to take the shot you want.
Some locations are well known, others are secret and quite unexpected. There is only one place in the entire region that you can get the total eclipse anywhere close to a mountain or building. And it’s not where you might think.

Photography Filters for a Total Eclipse

eclipse imageWhat density filter will you use for the partial eclipse? You’re looking at the sun. Not just any filter will do the job.
If you think you’ll use your iPhone or Android to photograph the eclipse, you’ll end up with a sun image that’s 40 pixels wide. The book has a simulation of different focal lengths for full-frame and crop sensors.

Where will the sun be?

The book explains exactly where the sun will be. Wherever you are viewing the eclipse from in Georgia, you need to know where to view the eclipse from. For this particular total eclipse, basic viewing is easy! But getting a good photograph is a big challenge. The Georgia Total Eclipse Guide gives you that information and more.

Get the Georgia Total Eclipse Guide

Purchase your signed Georgia Total Eclipse Guide here. Add some eclipse glasses to the package. Be ready for the biggest event to come to Georgia ever!

About the Author

Aaron at the South Pole after nearly 3 months.

Aaron Linsdau is the second American to have skied solo from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, setting the world record for surviving the longest solo expedition to the pole. He wrote the book Antarctic Tears about his harrowing expedition.

He is an Eagle Scout, is a National Eagle Scout Association Outstanding Eagle Scout, holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in computational science.

Aaron is a motivational speaker, polar explorer, the author of Antarctic Tears and an award-winning photographer. Book Aaron for your next speaking engagement or keynote address. He speaks about grit, courage, attitude, perseverance, and resilience.