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  1. Mike Z

    [Time-Lapse] Intense Thunderstorm [Severe Thunderstorm Warning, Tornado Watch] - 05/29/2019

    Quite rare for where I live
  2. Mike Z

    [Time-Lapse] Line of Severe Thunderstorms Approaching - 04/26/2019

  3. Mike Z

    [Time-Lapse] Heavy Rain Cell with Awesome Sunset After - 04/09/2019

  4. Mike Z

    [Time-Lapse] Thunderstorm Approaching - 09/18/2018

    I got an actual camera (Lumix ZS60) recently. This is the first time lapse I shot with it. I didn't know how to lock the exposure until AFTER the time lapse was recorded.. so, yea, it has some flicker but it's still interesting.
  5. Mike Z

    [Time-Lapse] Convection to Heavy Rain - 08/03/2018

    I like this one. Is that a funnel cloud on the left side at 0:52? I guess thunderstorm updrafts could cause harmless spins like that..
  6. Mike Z

    [Severe] Thunderstorm Time-Lapse - 08/03/2018

  7. Mike Z

    [Non-Severe] Multicell Thunderstorm with Heavy Rain Slideshow - 08022018

    had some thunder.. this was hard to capture because it was so close.. I had to do a lot of vertical panoramic shots.. I couldn't snap shots of it as it rolled away from me because as that was happening, a multicell cluster formed right over my house.. and dropped tons of rain..
  8. Mike Z

    Brief Heavy Rain Cell Time-Lapse - 08/01/2018

    It's not severe, but cool to see the cell approach and the rain dump in a time-lapse.
  9. Mike Z

    07-27-2018 Post Severe Storm Time-Lapse with Mammatus Clouds Over New Jersey

  10. Jim Keener

    Photographing Super Cells / Best Angle

    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...
  11. Jim Keener

    Old Newbie

    Greetings all, I'll be on the road looking for super cells as soon as I know what one is. My object is to photograph with stills or time lapse, and make videos of those magnificent visions of creation. I'm a bit passionate about it. When I was a boy, I spent an evening I'll never forget...
  12. Michael Snyder

    Lenticular Clouds

    I've never given lenticular clouds much thought before, moist, stable air runs into a huge mountain, rises, cools to its dew point, cloud forms and stays in place until conditions change. Yesterday I went to Paradise Mt. Rainier, about a 2 hour drive from my house near Seattle. As I time...
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