Langell Photography, LLC

Chasing the Eclipse: 

How to view & photograph the upcoming U.S. Solar Eclipses


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Join us for an educational experience as we delve into the world of eclipse photography with esteemed photographers Les and Mary Anderson! Hosted by the renowned photographer Lisa Langell, this webinar is your gateway to mastering the art of capturing the upcoming U.S. solar eclipses.
In the next few months, the U.S. will witness two extraordinary solar eclipses – an annular solar eclipse on October 14, 2023, followed by a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. These rare celestial events offer a unique opportunity to witness nature's most awe-inspiring spectacle.
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What to expect

Expert Guidance

Les and Mary Anderson, acclaimed photographers with years of eclipse photography experience, will share their wisdom, insights, and professional tips.

Eclipse Essentials

Discover the essentials of photographing solar eclipses. From gear preparation to location scouting, you'll gain the knowledge to make the most of these remarkable events.

Technique Showcase

Explore various photographic techniques to capture stunning eclipse images. Whether you're a beginner or seasoned photographer, you'll acquire valuable skills to elevate your craft.

Creative Vision

Unleash your creativity and artistic vision during this visual journey. Les and Mary will help you unlock the potential for creating unique and captivating eclipse photographs.

Meet your experts

Meet Les and Mary, photography enthusiasts since their chance meeting on a Yosemite photo trip in 1990. They've since focused on capturing nature's beauty and celestial wonders. With 44+ years' experience, they've photographed eclipses globally and auroras in Alaska and Iceland.

Ahead of the 2017 U.S. solar eclipse, they trained 650+ people in San Diego County. Their impressive record includes 15 total solar and 3 annular eclipses, with their work published in Discover and Astronomy Magazines.

Les, a retired U.S. Navy scientist, and Mary, with 45+ years at the Fleet Science Center and Planetarium, now share their expertise. Learn more at:

Meet your host

Lisa loves creating nature photography and art that is inspired by her background in psychology and design. When Lisa isn’t having fun making photographs, she’s thriving on teaching photography — most often in Alaska! Her humility and passion for both shines through in how she provides memorable, fun, and educational experiences that enrich, invigorate and expand photographers’ minds in wonderful ways.
Don't miss this opportunity to be part of an exclusive webinar, specifically tailored to enhance your eclipse photography skills. Reserve your spot now, and join us on an unforgettable voyage into the enchanting world of solar eclipses.
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