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The Lightning Hunter

Chrisboswell
New article posted: The Lightning Hunter
Full Frame DSLR and all the trimings
Posted: 08/31/2012, 12:50:15 PM
Angelaostafichuk
Wonderful, thank you for sharing these tips!
Posted: 08/31/2012, 22:12:47 PM
Egomezta
Great info, thanks for sharing.
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 08/31/2012, 22:24:03 PM
FabioConcetta
Thanks for sharing, is a nice blog!
900 --- Photoshop---Illustrator --- Panasonic LX5 --- Cinema 4d --- ...
Posted: 09/01/2012, 00:42:11 AM
Cafebeanzphoto
Excelent tips !!!!!! I just wish you had wrote these tips last year before June 30, 2011. That is when I broke every rule on your blog written here today. But if I had followed all your rules, I would have never captured my coveted "Chicago Lightning" image captured that dangerous evening. Thanks for sharing.
- 35mm 2.8/f II L Lens 17mm TS-E 4.0/f L Lens 50mm 1.2/f L Lens 1...
Posted: 09/01/2012, 01:08:06 AM
Vwimage
Great advice. Thankyou. The last time I was in a position to successfully shoot lightning was back in analog times, & I ran out of colour film so had to switch to a roll of black & white. Managed to capture a couple of reasonable shots considering I couldn't check the outcome until I got the films developed. Just waiting for a chance to shoot lightning in digital, when my only restrictions would be if I ran out of memory cards, and batteries! Lucky I keep a good supply of both on hand :)
IS Lens, 55-250mm IS Lens and a 50mm f1.4 USM Lens ...
Posted: 09/03/2012, 05:26:33 AM
Littlemacproductions
Nicely written! I could almost smell the rain!
Two brown eyes and an open mind.
Posted: 09/03/2012, 05:47:46 AM
Thevegetable
thank you for sharing,,
nice blog!
FireAlpaca
Posted: 09/03/2012, 17:29:25 PM
Psmpics
The drama in your blog compelled me to read it through to the end. Excellent! Thanks for posting.
G IF ED VR; Nikkor ED 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G IF DX VR; Nikkor 50mm f1.4;...
Posted: 09/03/2012, 19:42:19 PM
Positiveflash
Great tips, and great blog!

I had to learn each one of those the hard way, and only after years of practice.

Storm photography is why I take pictures so I completely understand the passion. I have taken many images of lightning and each one is a unique and special image.

Best of luck, because sometimes you need that when photographing lightning. :)


Canon EOS 6d, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Edited: 09/04/2012, 00:10:58 AM
Dan1
I don't take chance with lightning. Having been a victum of a elecutin (with my uncle). The moment i hearf thunder the computer and air confitionr are unplugged-- (not long ago lost an air condition due to a lightning strike.
Dtay safe anu use commom sense gettintting the right pictur.
Nikon D3000
Posted: 09/04/2012, 07:24:45 AM