Blitzortung and Photography
#21
Thanks for the pictures. I hope there will be more in the future.

I've just changed the cover photo on Facebook. We can do this from time to time, but not every day. Smile

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#22
(2016-05-31, 19:51)Tobi Wrote: Thanks for the pictures. I hope there will be more in the future.

I've just changed the cover photo on Facebook. We can do this from time to time, but not every day. Smile

https://www.facebook.com/Blitzortung/

Thank you very much Tobi and all of your team.... 
It is my honor for sharing my picture. 
And i m a very proud to be a member of your network. 
My hope is to make more Greek people get involved with this project... 
Keep up the good job... 
Thanks again
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#23
Hi all! Keen lightning photographer from Newcastle, Australia here, and soon to be participant  Big Grin

Here's one of my best shots from our last storm season (taken late January)

Edit: should just clarify this is a composite of about 4 or 5 photos, taken with a Canon 600D and EF-S 10-18mm wide-angle lens. I use an AEO Photo lightning trigger, which they now seem to call the "Economy Trigger 4.0"


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#24
Great photo, I am going to have to try this.
Kevin McCormick KB0UOI
Macomb, IL USA
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#25
Photography is not my hobby but I made a short video some time ago here in my hometown.
Sitting on the terrace whis a glas of good wine , listening music and watching the lighnings in the background. Those where so far away that we could not here any growling thunder:



73 de Hartmut / DK5LH

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#26
It's not much, but I got my first shot of the season! Almost missed this cell because the forecast wasn't likely for storms, it sort of dropped right on top of Newcastle.


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#27
Lightning pics are fun.  I always look at radar to see what the storm motion is and plan a trip with enough lead time to get in position and have my escape route in case it gets bad.  I use the long exposure method with the camera set up on a tripod with a remote shutter button.  This pic is a 5 second exposure, ISO-100, f/6.3.

   
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#28
Got a bunch of great shots today, couldn't pick just one to post! All unedited, straight off the camera.

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#29
Hello to all friends. From the latest strom at my village in Central Greece a few days ago...

                   
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#30
Some nice storms hit New South Wales yesterday. Unfortunately I misjudged the direction it would go when it came near the coast, so I was too far away to get any good photos, but more are forecast for this afternoon. Soundings and synoptic charts all look very good for strong storms Smile


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#31
Definitely not alone. I enjoy many forms of photography including lightning photography

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Michael Lloyd  NE5U
Weimar, TX USA
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