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    Smile Some thunder/lightning pictures.

    The other night while at a party we had a small storm of lightning/thunder so i took some pictures, thought they looked kinda cool.

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    Wow. Those are really cool shots. What kind of camera did you use?
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    it's just a $200 digital camera, i was shocked by the quality that they came out in.
    in all there were around 15 different shots, but those 3 were the most clearest the rest were sort of blurred..
    {That's what you get for drinking to much and trying to use a camera, while talking to 3 people at once. }

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    Re: Some thunder/lightning pictures.

    Originally posted here by .:front2back:.
    The other night while at a party we had a small storm of lightning/thunder so i took some pictures, thought they looked kinda cool.
    yes... it's really WOWW! shots... this can be used as my background to my on-going brochure.
    am asking for your permission. please...

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    Re: Re: Some thunder/lightning pictures.

    Originally posted here by @tt!tud3
    yes... it's really WOWW! shots... this can be used as my background to my on-going brochure.
    am asking for your permission. please...
    do what you like with 'em, if i didn't want people to use them then i wouldn't have put them on the internet.

    here's a .zip with the original in there full size if you want.

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    those are really good. I cant seem to take a good picture of lightning without a tripod and some 1/2 second or more exposures.

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    Originally posted here by dmorgan
    I cant seem to take a good picture of lightning without a tripod and some 1/2 second or more exposures.
    I hear you! The timing would be out too much... unless its a very active storm.

    Al

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    Nice work!

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    Wonderful pictures. Its good to have a camera ready always. Good job
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