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You really need to start posting NON HDR's along with these amazing images Vince.
I'd really like to see the before and after. Thanks for sharing.
“Striking”!! Great image with rich colors. Was the lightning strike naturally occurring?If so, were you using a lightning detector or did you just set your camera to take sequences automatically and get lucky on the strike?
@steve_zasadny , That's a Secret Vince will NOT tell you.....LOL.
@steve_zasadny Hi Steve, this is a real strike, i made one shot every second. ( Do you call it intervalometer? ) and i've been veeery lucky :)
@digicam Not secret today :)))
@pixel_komando , Well Congrats on that Lucky Strike!
@pixel_komando , I was wondering how you did that. I don’t have a detector but have done it a few times by using a high f-stop and a 6 stopper ND filter. That would allow for about 10plus seconds for the exposure and set the release so it would keep firing at that interval. Occasionally one could capture several strikes throughout the exposure. Yours worked well. I’ll try it your way too.