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  • #1911
    caradoc
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    …has finally started to be interesting.

    #30792
    ravnostic
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    …and it’s about time, too. Sorry I missed it.

    #30793
    chupathingie
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    oooooohhhhhhh…… you lucky bastard! Nice catch, man. /me applauds/
    I can’t catch a rainbow to save my life it seems.

    #30794
    chupathingie
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    BTW, that’s beautiful.

    #30795
    caradoc
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    A circular polarizer really helps with enhancing rainbow colors.

    Yesterday was interesting, too:

    I use an Arduino-based lightning detector to shoot these – it measures ambient infrared and triggers my shutter at any spike in IR.

    #30796
    ravnostic
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    I need better toys. Nice shot.

    #30797
    Kestrana
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    We need a good thunderstorm up in CT.

    #30798
    orionid
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    That last one looks awesome, caradoc! I also want to echo what Kestrana said.

    #30799
    caradoc
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    #30800
    chupathingie
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    another excuse for me to get some arduino action going.

    #30801
    linguine
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    Ive probably missed saying this on a lot of your storm photos, but I love seeing them.

    #30802
    lokisbong
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    I totally love these lightning pictures. We hardly ever get thunder storms around here.

    #30803
    caradoc
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    Keep watching, then – we’re expecting another spate of storms later this week… and I’ll probably be better prepared for them.

    #30804
    caradoc
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    I’m not sure why, but I really like this one.

    #30805
    ravnostic
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    I’m not sure why, but I really like this one.

    I absolutely agree, and I know why (for me): contrast, contrast, contrast. The salted sandstone is phenominal against the darker ground. Plus, you’ve got the silhouette thing going. The deep blue peeking out from within the clouds, the mountains fading into the mist back deep–most excellent shot! Did ya happen to bracket with other f/stops? This would be HDR spectacular, if so (but it’s very breathtaking, as is.)

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