Photographing Super Cells / Best Angle

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I'm not certain how to ask this question.

My efforts this season will be directed to photographing super cells, hopefully from outside the storm. I have little information and no experience doing this. Where is generally the best place to begin in relation to the hook I might see on radar. My guess from looking at 417 videos on YouTube is a bit to the SE of the storm.

I don't know if I asked this with enough information to warrant an answer, but I'm eager for your responses. Thanks.
 
Oct 26, 2007
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My 2 cents......if you are fortunate enough to see a 'classic', 'clear air' supercell, i.e. isolated, with nothing around it, a view from the east/southeast from 10-20 miles away from the base, you should see almost every component that is visible. This is the view that is drawn in most publications, but not seen that well very often. You might also want to read up on the 3 main types of supercells. Hope this helps!