Shortly after full dark a thunder storm began lighting up our eastern sky. Attaching a 24-105mm lens setting the focus manually to near infinity, dialing in a F5.6, ISO 2000 and setting the mode to bulb I was ready to go. I made the following images handheld with the shutter depressed allowing the strobe effect of the lightening to make the exposure. After each bolt of lightening I released the shutter momentarily before depressing it and waiting for the next flash.
Wow! These are really beautiful images. So very nice.
My, oh my, these are extraordinary! The last one is like a volcano exploding. Just wonderful light effects1
nice shot Coy
Love these! Great job.
Again, you have done a nice job here. I'm not even sure that my Pentax will even has a ISO that high. Must take a look. You seem to know much more about photography than I do.
I just love these images. I can stay forever trying the same, but only get wet. :)
Hi Coy, real great captures these my friend.
So totally cool!
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