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The perks of chasing with a friend? They had a boat! As promised, here's one of the many photos I have managed to get over the past couple weeks. I apologize for the delay. This was probably one of the most structured and most beautiful super cells I have ever seen. I could of sworm for a second I was in Oklahoma until I opened my eyes and realized I was about a half mile off shore in a really rather small motor boat! By the grace of God, we managed to beat the storm to the shore and followed it all the way inland where it considerably weakened before dumping about an inch of rain on us. Too watch the structure of this storm build up from the very beginning, to being on the leading edge of this amazing and flawless shelf cloud, to seeing it slowly dissapate over land was nothing short of awe inspiring. I really couldn't believe my eyes. This is the kinda storm structure you see in Oklahoma, not in Connecticut!! I felt completely blessed to have not only seen this but to have captured it as well! I hope you all enjoy!

Framing is Monochromatic color scheme with a soft shadow inlay and a 90° drop shadow. Nothing in this photo is altered or enhanced in any way. Minor editing done to correct camera distortion.


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There is nothing more beautiful to me than the deep mountain sounds of the Cascades. Though the fog obscured most of the mountains on this morning, the roaring waterfalls were still audible, along with the breeze, the birds, and the rain. My idea of the perfect spring day. :love:

Big Four Mountain
Mountain Loop Highway, WA

Along the same highway, in April:



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Bright evening sunlight shines behind a storm as its updraft elongates over central Kansas. This was shot just west of Great Bend, KS on April 7th. :) A good start to the year! Unfortunately, since then, there hasn't been much else to shoot :hmm: Not a terrible thing though, as I've basically just been saving my money for later in the season. Should be good to go once June/July roll around for some high plains chasing in South Dakota :P Until then, enjoy these images, and keep up to date on my facebook page! =D

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A supercell spins like a top near Hope, KS on June 19, 2011.
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Bubbling pockets of mammatus clouds, formed by cold air sinking through the anvil of departing thunderstorms, create for a deep and colorful sky at sunset. The deeper parts with no sunlight hitting them, almost look like viens and stayed a deep blue or shallow purple hue, while sun rays lit up the clouds in a vibrant orange.

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Storm chasers refer to being under a gust front like this as being 'in the whales mouth' because of the appearence. Usually if I see a scene like this it means my chase day is over as the storm surges at high speed and is no longer inflow dominant (which is what is normally preferred for supercell thunderstorms). That being said, they can still be beautiful skies and the turbulence and chaotic boiling motions underneath make for some great photos. This is a shot from my early chasing days close to home as a fall thunderstorm rolled across the area.

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A supercell near Valentine turns outflow dominant. No tornadoes on this chase, but I was happy with just the cloud formations and colors we got to see.

Nebraska, 2011
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Unique mammatus storm clouds over western Oklahoma.

These clouds and some 1 and 1/4 inch hail was about all we got on this day of chasing since we were trying to stay farther south to get to the eclipse on the 20th.

May 19, 2012.
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Caught ONE good bolt earlier this week as a cold front draped across Nebraska brought local storms =D Was initially shooting a storm to the North, but it cease all lightning production once I had my camera pointed at it :doh: Thought it was going to be a fruitless evening, until I started seeing flashes behind my back caused by a strengthening cluster to the SW. Re-positioned and set up in time to catch the one good bolt that came out of the storm, this lovely branched CG :dance:
Also had my hair stand up on end for the first time I can recall during this shoot... a little sketchy :P


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FINALLY had a good local storm op the other night. Been waiting all year for something like this, didn't think I'd have to wait until the last day of August for it to happen :P Better late than never, though =D It's been a pretty dismal year for Omaha in terms of local storms, especially in terms of lightning. But on Saturday night, a cold front brought storms and a lovely outflow boundary in from the northwest. Storms were distant at midnight, but I was determined to stay up and watch radar, just in case anything else developed. It eventually did, and I left the house around 1:30am. Intercepted this shelf over Boys Town Lake around 2am. Rather surreal scene seeing this lightning-illuminated striated shelf approach over a lake of peaceful geese :o I'll probably post another shot or two from this both here and on my Facebook page!


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Probably shouldn't be posting this image yet as I haven't finished the rest in this sequence, but I'm too darn excited about this image NOT to share it =D Probably my best shot from the Arcadia, NE supercell on May 26th, 2013. I had been putting off the processing of this image for a while. I knew it was good straight out of the camera, but I also know of the expanded potential it held since I shot in RAW. I was worried I wouldn't process it up to its full potential, or that I would process it only to later dislike the techniques I used... but I think I came away with a keeper here :P Didn't mess with it too much, but enhanced the details that really made this storm special to me. Recovered some detail in the foreground so you can just barely see the field, brought out the textures in the updraft, and recovered some shadows/highlights :nod:
This was shot as the chase was largely winding down, but the show wasn't over! :excited: As this updraft shriveled to the north, it took on a crazier and crazier appearance. I decided to zoom in a little bit to capture the details of the laminar mesocyclone :) Also wanted one of its many cloud-to-ground bolts to take up a good portion of the frame, and it did not disappoint! The color/lighting was just surreal :faint: I can't wait to process the rest of the shots from this chase (including a short TL of this stage), but it'll be tough to top this one for a long time 8-)


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Tropic Thunder // Little constrast and sharpen // Ré Island // 2Oo9



Very lucky shot but certainly one of my favourite ...

For the little story, I had shivers and I have to shout like insane on the beach... :D


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The last image of the "Twilight Towers" series. As this updraft progressed eastward, its shield of mammatus clouds continued to flicker with lightning. :wow: Its updraft appeared to be struggling with inflow, but it sustained itself until it was too distant to be visible. :) Don't worry though, this shouldn't be the last you see of this storm. I've got enough frames of it to make a timelapse =D


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Finally replaced my ancient camera gear, and now I'm back in the game. This is one of the first shots with my new setup, no edits or cropping :)

I might get back into dA if the reception is good! :love:

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As this supercell became outflow-dominant and raced overhead, the colors got better and better! :) Blue striations above, with an orange glow from the sunset setting in beneath. Note the guy leisurely strolling back to his car lol. No big deal, just about to get blasted by a storm =D Luckily we missed the heavier part of the core, so all we got was some heavy rain and maybe pea-sized hail at most. :phew:

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Finally got around to really polishing up some images from this day. Processed a couple of them up to print quality, so this one is now available for sale! [link] This was one of my absolute favorite days from 2011, and it was on a local chase! The chase mostly busted, but when we got back to Omaha we were treated to this- more than made up for the chase! :wow: Just a little storm updraft that produced a ridiculous amount of mammatus over our heads. I felt like I could jump up and touch them =D

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As long as the weather permitted, we continued to hike off the trail along the rim of Spearfish Canyon. As the snow began to pound down heavier, we were determined to find one last overlook. It felt like we were part of the sky, engulfed by the snow and clouds of an oncoming storm. The '76 Trail ends at the first overlook, but we hiked an extra quarter mile or so to a second and third overlook. This one was probably my favorite (it was also by far the sketchiest =D ). You walk out on a sort of rocky peninsula, which feels like it hangs over the rest of the canyon. All around you is a thousand-foot drop, leaving only a few feet separating you from a very unpleasant fall/landing. I got as close to the edge as I was willing to go, held my camera out, and took a few shots. I won't upload those here as they're likely to induce a feeling of vertigo, but I'll include one of them in the image account :P For this shot, I stepped back and up the hill a bit to frame Chris and Mike walking out onto the rocky outcrop. Certainly glad they were there, as a lot of the hiking/climbing/photo adventure stuff we do simply wouldn't be possible alone! :nod:


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Sometimes I feel like panoramas are cheating in terms of composition... sort of a lazy man's way of saying "just frame everything!" Thought about cropping this one down a bit for compositional purposes (a little off the right?) but I think I'll leave this one as-is. There are some scenes whose details you simply can't stand to part with, like the tree on the upper left of this one, the pines in the lower right, or the snowflakes streaking through the sky. I guess I'm just greedy when it comes to landscapes :P So I give you, a 3-image panorama of our view along the Roughlock Falls trail in Spearfish Canyon, SD :la:


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Early Spring.
Late afternoon sky.

Santa Catarina, Brazil.

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This is a commission for :iconizenaku:
She asked me to draw her with her boyfriend, romantically dancing and leaning into kiss with sunset in the background :3
I decided to try out a beach for once *_* I always kinda wanted to try beach sunset *_*

It's barely noticable but there's reflection of the sky on the beach :D

I have no clue why lately I end up making romantic drawings ;A; I am so not having anything remotely romantic anywhere in life XD

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Dark shapes on a never ending street
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Taken at the exit of Zalau, Romania
at the beginning of Meses Mts
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Along the mighty mountainsides
Fog creeps beneath the tops
A winding climb upon steep mountains
To where the glacial tongue becomes my path

Upon the mighty mountains heights
These plateaus of my dreams
I am at the greatest sight of all
To where the glacial arms reach for me

Highest mountains hear my call
To you I'll guide myself
The time has come for me to reach
I'm brought too far to turn

Tops that seem unreachable
Tower in the sky
Horizon to horizon
On platforms yield with wind

Mountains of ice calm in my sight
Platforms built by wind
Mountains of ice calm in my sight
Platforms built for kings

Along the mighty mountainsides
Fog creeps beneath the tops
A winding climb upon steep mountains
To where the glacial tongue becomes my path

Highest mountains hear my call
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A rather moody evening in the mountains, overlooking Rydal Water from the edge of Heron Pike.
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Beams of light in the misty southern fells of Lakeland.
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Had a great week photo-wise, the highlight of which was shooting the northern lights on Monday night. :wow: What a great display! By far the best I've seen (not that that's saying a lot since I always seem to miss the good shows) =D This wasn't taken at the height of the show, but once things had cooled down a little bit and I finally felt I could afford to take a quick self portrait. :nod: Drove out to a lake in western Iowa away from the city lights (about an hour from home). While the camera obviously does a better job at collecting light and color than the human eye, it was amazing to be able to see pillars of light coming up from the horizon as twilight faded and darkness set in :aww:

June 22nd, 2015
Jacksonville, Iowa

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After too many storms went up at once and failed to turn/remain isolated, we knew the day was pretty much over in terms of seeing supercells and tornadoes. This shelf cloud north of Norfolk, Nebraska was our consolation prize. You always hope to get more out of a day than some shots of a shelf, but it's better than nothing. I loved the way these rows of young corn stalks lead right towards the storm :wow:

June 6th, 2015
Norfolk, Nebraska

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We had really hoped that storms would turn right as they became established and would remain isolated, but instead, they sort of just meandered to the north and rained themselves out. This was about the closest this storm ever came to producing. Nonetheless, it was a good day to get out and meet a few people (other chasers) I hadn't seen in a while :)

June 6th, 2015
Page, Nebraska

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Continuing with the trend of posting my more recent images first since my archive drive isn't on hand at the moment :) Took this about a week ago while chasing in north-central Nebraska. Was really hoping storms could go up, turn right and remain isolated... but it just didn't happen. Storms didn't turn right and instead all blew up at once, essentially killing any tornado potential for the day. Sort of a waste of good atmospheric dynamics if you ask me!

This was our initial view of the cell near Ewing, NE. Got hopeful as the storm began to develop a lowering underneath a new updraft push, and a nice crisp anvil being lofted downstream. Unfortunately, she just couldn't get it done! Hopefully we'll have more opportunities to see isolated storms near home later this summer :la:

June 6th, 2015
Ewing, Nebraska

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Hey everyone! :wave:
Getting back into the fray of things and finally starting to submit some images. Wasn't 100% sure where to start, so I decided to upload the newest shot I took and processed just last night. :nod: Had a few storms roll into the area and headed up to Lake Zorinsky to meet up with another photographer for a nighttime shoot. Managed a few bolts before the rain core hit, but I was just happy to get out for a bit. Things look quiet tomorrow, but hopefully the meager storm chances in the forecast over-perform and deliver the sky goodies! =D

Also, mind the new watermark... working on creating a better actually-hand-written one so this is the placeholder :P

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If you’ve been following my work for any amount of time, then you probably already know that I have been shooting film exclusively for the last three and a half years.  More specifically, 6x17cm (medium format panoramic) film.  I love the look of film and I love the 3:1 aspect ratio.  It forces me to work slower (which is sometimes incredibly frustrating when I’m pressed for time and the good light is fading) and really focus on only capturing the best compositions and light ($4 per click for film and development will do that to you!).  And of course, I love how large film and a large format lens allow me to make huge, sharp prints to hang on my walls.

Shooting film also encourages me to remain more faithful to the original scene during processing than I would with a digital camera since I can see the original transparency right in front of me on the light table to use as a guide.  I find that most of my favorite landscape photos were taken 10+ years ago when everyone was shooting film and post-processing techniques were much less polished.  Photographs just looked more natural than most of what we are all producing today.

Anyway, I’m assuming it’s pretty obvious that this image wasn’t taken on film.  If you couldn’t tell just from looking at it, the EXIF info should give that away.  While I love film, it does have its limitations.  First of all, I simply can’t take star shots with film unless I want star trails.  My G617 has a fixed lens that only opens up to f/8 and high-ISO film is way too grainy to use if you want sharp images.

I had a photographer buddy of mine invite me on a trip with him to take night photos in Cathedral Valley at the end of May.  I agreed to come along, but I knew that my gear was pretty much worthless for night photos, so I decided to invest in some newer digital equipment.  I picked up a used Nikon D600 (yes it had the dust issue, but Nikon also allowed me to send it in for cleaning and it seems to have been staying clean lately) and a couple used lenses: a Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 ai (well worth the $100!) and a Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8.  I already had a 50mm f/1.8 and a 28-80mm lens, so I was covered.  I figured I’d use the 24mm for the night sky photos and the 80-200mm would be my main lens to stitch panos with.  Now, if I need to travel lightweight, but still want to take sharp, 100MP panoramas, I no longer need to lug my G617 around.

You may have noticed that my last few posts have all been digital.  I’ve been using this setup to stitch panoramas and I really like it, even if it is a pain to visualize how the final stitch will turn out when you’re out in the field.  I still plan on using film for the shots I really, really want, but with film prices continuing to rise and drum scans costing $50-80 per image, I can really cut back on costs by doing more digital stitching.

Now, if you’re still with me – here’s the background on this image.  I woke up before sunrise to shoot one morning and on my walk over to the Temple of the Sun, I took this pano of the Temple of the Moon.  Unfortunately, I didn’t realize until later that I had been shooting at ISO 4000.  Ha!  What a bonehead mistake.  I’d been shooting film so long, that I didn’t even think to check the ISO setting before I started shooting.  I just remember thinking “wow, it must be brighter out here than I realized because these are some fast shutter speeds!”  Well, at least I learned that lesson on a photo I wasn’t too crazy about.

Last night, as I was looking through my images from this trip, I noticed that series of photos still waiting to be stitched.  I also noticed some night sky images I had taken several hours before.  I figured that since the panorama would be too noisy to use in my portfolio, I’d just have some fun with it.  I took the panorama and cooled it down a lot to give it a night-time look.  I then took a night sky image facing the same direction from a few hours earlier and replaced the sky (something I would generally frown upon).  I’ve been seeing all sorts of people use this technique lately to allow them to have both the stars and detail in the foreground, and I have to admit, it came out kind of cool.  Cathedral Valley really is an incredible location.

I’m not sure about the image brightness though.  Any thoughts? Is it too bright?  Too dark?
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"Chasing the Sun" I took this yesterday while visiting the Salton Sea. It's a 3 image stitched pano. The Salton Sea is known for having spectacular sunsets and yesterday didn't disappoint!

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Good morning DA! I thought that I would share a photograph I captured a few days ago at Sloan's Lake in Denver, Colorado. This was one of those sunrises that only happens once a month; absolutely stunning with the sky on complete fire. The wind was insane though as a snowstorm was raging in the mountains. I wasn't expecting any of my shots to even come out, even as I braced the tripod with my camera bag which is like 25+ pounds. Long exposures and strong winds usually kill images but I managed to snag a couple I am happy with. How, I have no idea, stroke of luck I suppose. I really love this area and it is my go to local area as it always has something in store. I hope you like it as much as I do!
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This is the "end" of the supercell pictured previously. Sometimes watching them shrivel away can be just as beautiful as watching them tear up the earth. As the sun lit up the remains of the cell, you could really see the atmospheric wind shear at work, causing the updraft to spin even as it tilted over and died :nod:

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A quick shot of a weak sun pillar at sunset, snuck out on break while at work to shoot it :)

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Magnificent supercell storm seen at dusk from the ruins of a castle called "le Château d'Urfé".
There were tons of lightnings, for this image I made a stack of 10 exposures of 6 seconds each and only kept the lightnings I wanted on each of them, but in one single image of 6 seconds I sometimes had more than 10 visible lightnings ! It might give you an idea of how crazy was the storm .. !

With the ruins as a foreground, the mist creeping in the valley, the late dusk lights, the moon behind me lighting the castle, it was truly an impressive moment.

Loire, France.

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hey, at first i wish you all a happy new year! :)
i took this picture last year in autumn. It was a beautiful sunrise near my hometown Aschaffenburg (Germany)

enjoy it ;)
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A little different way of processing sunset images for me. With all these sunset TL frames sitting around, I decided to play with them in a new way. Instead of sequencing them into a timelapse [link] I decided to stack them into one image. Basically, processing a sunset like you would a star trail. Stacking one image on top of the other using the "lighten" mode, so the streaks of color show up. Pretty interesting! I'll have to mess with this some more in the future :nod:


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