October 13, 2010

Lightning Photography

Lightning photography has always been a goal of mine to capture properly, with the right exposure and timing, but I haven’t had many opportunities living in a temperate climate! Photographing Lightning is tricky, but when looked at in a basic sense it is really only about the level of patient you have – standing out in the night and often stormy weather can be a big deterrent! Insight of the cons, have a browse of the photographs below and soon you’ll see that the pros can out weigh the negative aspects with the rewarding results!

The one I wanted...

~ Fun EZ Photography ~

¡Rayos!

Lightning on Galveston Bay

Crawlers

Lightning in Campinas (more photos on comments)

Ride the Lightning

into the storm

Touchdown

Lightning

Electric Loop - Chicago

Electrical storm over Brisbane

quite the en-lightning evening

omg! omg!

Lightning Week

Night Thunderstorm

STANDING AT THE END

twas a dark and stormy night

Shoulda Gone To Air Conditioning School

Lightning Show in Nevada

Finding Earth

lightnings in Baciu's forest

Silhouetted by Lightning

Stormy at the Field

Highway 52 Storm Cell - Two and a Half Minutes Lightning Strikes

Watching the sky

second chance/i'll be lightning Darwin Australia

Fingers

Lightning over the Gulf

lightning

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lightning

Lightning

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another from last night

Town Lake Lightning

Lightning city

Lightning over Mizzou

Lightning

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Lightning, Morro Bay

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Lightning

Last Night

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Stormy Weather: Lightning

éclair St Barth 03 lightning

Boom

lightning II

If you’d like to discover more – simply click on any photograph above for more inspiration!

Lightning Photography Tips!

Thank you to all the photographers that allow their photographs to be freely shared!

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