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    If you have good lightning pics of Edmonton post them here:

    I post, therefore I am!

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    I post, therefore I am!

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      • #4
        BTW, you can tell by the exif data that noe of the above pictures has been toughed up.
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        • #5
          I LOVE these, thank you for posting them!

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          • #6
            those are wicked, i've had NO success this summer in catching lightning strikes on my camera, just hundreds of black, empty pictures lol
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            • #7
              Shutter Speed

              Whoa,

              Just have to say you took some amazing shots. Two questions for you...
              1) What make is your camera?
              2) What do you have your settings at?

              Thanks so much,
              this will help a lot.

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                Shutter Speed

                Whoa,

                Just have to say you took some amazing shots. Two questions for you...
                1) What make is your camera?
                2) What do you have your settings at?

                Thanks so much,
                this will help a lot.

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                • #9
                  I have two cameras I use.

                  One is a Canon A510 and the other is a Canon Rebel XT digital SLR.

                  The above pictures were taken with the A510. I set the aperature at 8.0 and the shutter speed to 4 seconds using an ISO of 200 or 400.

                  The following picture was taken with my XT. I used bulb mode, set the ISO to 200 and had a mid apreature of F4. You have to adjust the aperature for the distance the lightning is from you. Further away requires a higher setting.

                  Using bulb mode allows to have the shutter open as long as you need. Otherwise if you are using a point and shoot. You just have to set the timer to 2 seconds. Set the shutter speed to about 4 seconds and hope for the best.
                  I post, therefore I am!

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