Filmmakers who want to shoot a solar eclipse film must prepare for a big test.
They’ll be wearing special protective gear that can protect their faces from the sun and the sun’s rays.
But the biggest test will come when the sun sets.
This is the time when it’s easiest for a camera to lose its focus and become lost.
And the biggest challenge for film-makers will be focusing the sun in a dark environment.
So if you’re a solar filmmaker, here are the steps you need to take to protect yourself and your equipment from the deadly eclipse.
What you need Before you get started, it’s important to understand that the sun will be in the path of totality, or totality of the sun.
This will be the peak of the eclipse.
You’ll need to plan for this moment when you can see the eclipse totality and how it’ll look from your location.
So to protect your equipment, plan ahead for the totality of totality.
And keep a digital camera and a digital flash for your camera’s image and flash.
Here’s a few tips to help you protect your film.
For a solar film: Wear a hat and sunglasses to protect from the Sun’s UV rays.
Wear sunscreen and a long-sleeved shirt and pants to protect you from the UV rays of the Sun.
Wear long sleeves to protect the camera and flash, as well as a long sleeve shirt to protect against the sun rays.