I love front-lit stuff against a dark stormy background. The first one is
On Tue, Apr 18, 2017 at 7:52 PM, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Three pictures.
> Saturday evening, a storm was rolling through town, and just as it was
> passing through, the setting sun broke out in an opening to the west.
> The colors and light were amazing. I quickly grabbed a camera and
> headed out the door. This grain elevator is about a mile north of the
> house and I had just a few minutes to get the pictures before the sun
> I used the Canon 6D for the shots, but had the OMZ 35-80/2.8 zoom on
> it. Why the 6D? Well, it was getting dark and it happened to be the
> camera most ready to go in the 5 seconds I had to grab something and
> The first picture was taken using live-view through the open sunroof
> of the vehicle. Because of the gusty wind, I stabilized the camera on
> the roof.
> The second two were taken from a half-mile away down a gravel road
> looking back at the same facility. For that, I shot through the open
> side window. With lightning all around, I was a bit leery about being
> parked directly under power lines, but I didn't want to get stuck in a
> farm field.
> Yes, Moose, they are a bit grainy, but the ISO was cranked up and I
> further cranked up a lot of sliders in Lightroom.
> It took about 50 shots to get the lightning picture.
> Ken Norton
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