Perfectly Timed Photos Reveal Just How Intensely Bright a Lightning Strike Is

July 14, 2016 - photo frame

Photo by Matt Taylor

Using a Panasonic Lumix G7‘s 4K print mode that captures still shots during adult to 30 frames per second, photographer Matt Taylor captured conspicuous before and after night photos divulgence only how splendid a light generated by a circuitously lightning strike can be.

Photo by Matt Taylor

Matt estimates a lightning shaft struck about one or dual miles south of where he was standing, that meant it was good out of support to a left of this shot. But given a finish miss of shadows from a wharf posts and a folding chair, a blast of enlightenment looks like it was even brighter than what a object sends a way.

There are a few things we can learn from this neat photo-op. 1) Mother Nature can still distant outperform even your many costly camera gear, she’s only not utterly as predicted or reliable. 2) Don’t forget to slather on a SPF 5,000 sunblock a subsequent time we get held in a storm. 3) It’s substantially a good thought to get somewhere protected when charge clouds hurl in, even if we forgot to move your camera’s outmost flash.


[Matt Taylor around PetaPixel]

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