Advanced photography student, Max Sehic, captured these outstanding photos of the solar eclipse. Max is a student at Hart High School in John Vincents Advanced Photography class.
Max, his father, and a friend drove 15 hours to Weiser, Idaho to see the full solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. They found a large open field and parked for the night to sleep in his father's truck. The next morning, they set up a place to view and photograph the eclipse. After capturing the images, they packed up and drove 15 hours back home. Max prepared himself for these images weeks in advance by looking up the path of the eclipse using Google Maps to find the best viewing area. They scheduled the trip and ordered special equipment so his camera would be able to view the eclipse without damaging any of the electronics. Max said that the experience was very exciting and he thought that the most interesting part about the solar eclipse was the change in temperature when the sun was fully covered.