Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

8 Tips You Need To Know For The Solar Eclipse.

You can also use your phone!

By turning your back to the eclipse, and putting your cell phone's camera on selfie mode, you'll be able to look at the eclipse without damaging your eyes. You can also put the glasses over the lens and watch it while facing forward.

Some people are concerned about their pet's safety during the solar eclipse.

In my opinion, animals don't really care too much for staring at the sun, so I'm not sure the eclipse would be any different. If you'd like to take extra precaution, some people are buying glasses for their animals, or just not letting them outside while it's happening.

Some people are concerned about their pet's safety during the solar eclipse.

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Many people want to film the solar eclipse.

While this sounds like a great idea, it may not be the brightest one. The sun can do just as much damage to your camera, as it does to your eyes.

When you were a kid, did you ever hold a magnifying glass under the sun?

If you did, you remember what happened. It begins to smoke, and can cause a significant amount of damage to your camera.

When you were a kid, did you ever hold a magnifying glass under the sun?

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This is exactly what happens when you use a camera lens.

So, make sure you set your ISO on the lowest setting, set it to manual, and adjust your shutter to the fastest setting. Remember, never to look through the eyepiece, that could be really dangerous.

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