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Hey Ho iam new here...and at first sorry for my bad English ;) Iam 30 Years old from Graz Austria....Iam a Photografer since 10 Years...specialy i do my best in Storm Chasing..i love Storms and Lightning.

I found this Forum and since them i love the Time Lapst Movies here....and i also want to try this by my way...maybe you will see in some Weeks my first video....Lighting and storms in time lapst would be realy great...i will try it...


So here some Pictures from me, enjoy:


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Nightly Supercell over Graz producing large Hail.




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I work with a Eos 5D Mark 2 and a Eos 600D


Mon May 30, 2011 5:55 am
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Very nice images! Hope you get some nice time lapses, look forward to seeing them.


Mon May 30, 2011 9:05 am
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Those are absolutely sick! Thanks for posting your work!


Mon May 30, 2011 2:47 pm
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Great photos!


Mon May 30, 2011 3:47 pm
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Great lightning shots! Every time that it storms I try to go out and get good lightning shots, but usually come back with nothing. I've got a few pretty good ones, though.

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Mon May 30, 2011 6:20 pm
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Fantastic shots. The moon is beautiful. Very impressive close pictures of the lightning too. I have found that
I can get a lot of good still shots of lightning by using the standard DSLR timelapse method. An intervalometer has
the camera shooting one picture after another during the storm. Later I only save the frames with lightning.
I have several cameras and intervalometers, so I set multiple cameras and aim each at a different part of the storm.

Thats not the best way to get timelapse of the lightning though. I find that its better to record the storm continuously
with a camcorder and edit out a lot of the time between lightning strikes. This way you can see the lightning bolt actually
move around or strobe multiple times. These subtle movements are lost using the DSLR technique which
would capture each bolt as one frame only.


Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:47 am
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