After this afternoon’s storm had mostly moved on, I set up my camera upstairs. In about 1500 photos, I got one good shot of lightning.
2 second exposure, ISO 100, 24mm, f/22 (as high as my camera would let me go), with a polarizer and a neutral-density filter on the lens.
Here’s a video, too, of about 40 minutes’ worth of storm clouds rolling through, condensed into 44 seconds or so.
Last night, about 11:30 PM, I set up my camera in the spare room upstairs, to try and catch some lightning during the storm.
The header image above is a composite of about 15 frames where I captured lightning bolts. Below are two of the individual frames.
And here’s a video of the whole show (10s frames at 6 frames a second means that one second of video represents one minute of real time).