We want to see your best North American eclipse photos: DPReview Editor's Challenge

A partial solar eclipse is seen as the Sun rises to the left of the United States Capitol building on June 10, 2021, as seen from Arlington, Virginia. Image: Bill Ingalls/NASA On Monday, April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Western Mexico starting in Mazatlán and heading up into the United States and across to Newfoundland, Canada. NASA has mapped the route with times and viewing conditions for several cities. Outside the path of totality, varying degrees of a partial eclipse will be visible from most of North and Central America.Recent Videos If you plan to be out and know how to photograph the event safely, we want to see your best images of the eclipse! Submit your best work by April 11, and it may be featured in an upcoming DPReview Editor's Picks gallery on our homepage. And fear not, readers who are not along the path. We can still enjoy our peers' work together. Also, this is the first of many new DPReview Editor's Challenges we have planned. So, if you're not in North America, keep an eye out for our next challenge (or start planning a trip to Spain for Aug 12, 2026, for the next total eclipse). How to submit your photos Enter your photos and read all the rules

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We want to see your best North American eclipse photos: DPReview Editor's Challenge

A partial solar eclipse is seen as the Sun rises to the left of the United States Capitol building on June 10, 2021, as seen from Arlington, Virginia.

Image: Bill Ingalls/NASA

On Monday, April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will cross North America, passing over Western Mexico starting in Mazatlán and heading up into the United States and across to Newfoundland, Canada. NASA has mapped the route with times and viewing conditions for several cities. Outside the path of totality, varying degrees of a partial eclipse will be visible from most of North and Central America.

Recent Videos

If you plan to be out and know how to photograph the event safely, we want to see your best images of the eclipse! Submit your best work by April 11, and it may be featured in an upcoming DPReview Editor's Picks gallery on our homepage.

And fear not, readers who are not along the path. We can still enjoy our peers' work together. Also, this is the first of many new DPReview Editor's Challenges we have planned. So, if you're not in North America, keep an eye out for our next challenge (or start planning a trip to Spain for Aug 12, 2026, for the next total eclipse).

How to submit your photos

Enter your photos and read all the rules