I don't understand how people get these shots! I could never get that if my life depended on it. Anyways, great shots! Very nice to see.
Very nice shots. I too doubt I could even come close to actually getting a picture of a lightning strike. All in the timing or something. Good job.
Nice shots. I used to live in FL; lots of lightning. Guess I grew up with a healthy respect for it, and I really like to see it.
do you take those picture with a large aperture
and how long do you open your lens.
what camera do u use
is it a reflex you use....
great well done
Nice pictures! Anything related to nature is a work of art. What really impressed me is that the first few pictures seemed to show that the lightnings were falling on the same spot. If it was 10000 of them, many probably fell around the same place.
Very nice. I've tried to get lightening but had a hard time. My pictures were not too good. Yours are amazing!!! It makes me want to try again... I just need a storm now.
Very nice images. We have lightning here so rarely that I'd almost never have a chance to take pictures like that. Nice images.
Nice job dude. I've never managed to get pictures of lightning; it's hard! You have to have some degree of skill and a lot of luck.
very nice pictures.. I think cameras with 5 shots feature (5 shot sequence) as a kodak camera I had will do the job...
these beautiful nights should be lived there
Those are some great pictures. I was impressed by the number of streamers visible in some of the photos. You mentioned that luck is a factor, because the camera may be pointed the wrong direction. How about when to shoot? Is it possible to push the button after you see the flash? I'm guessing not, unless there are multiple flashes. A photocell-controlled trigger should work well if you can set it up, though.
Wow, great shots! I want to try and shoot lightning as well too!
Nice work - yeah, impressed that you can get these photos, and that you have the patience to do so!