Last week we shared the story behind Ted Hesser and Andrew Studer's incredible climber photos captured at Smith Rock in Oregon during the August 21st total solar eclipse. Now, thanks to this behind the scenes video from Columbia Sportswear, we get to actually see how it all came together.

Hesser and Studer's images have gone, to use the technical term, bonkers viral since they were released shortly after the eclipse. Alongside Chris Burkard's slack-lining eclipse photo—which you can also see happening in the video above—it's safe to say Suder and Hesser's once-in-a-lifetime photos of climber Tommy Smith standing in front of totality are some of the most iconic photographs from the epic celestial event.

There's just something about watching these photos happen and seeing the photographers' and crowd's reactions that gives us goosebumps here at DPReview. Check out the video to see if it affects you the same way.