A thunderstorm, also known as an electrical storm, a lightning storm, thundershower or simply a storm is a form of turbulent weather characterized by the presence of lightning and its acoustic effect on the Earth’s atmosphere known as thunder. Thunderstorms result from the rapid upward movement of warm, moist air.
Lightning is an electrical discharge that occurs in a thunderstorm. It can be seen in the form of a bright streak (or bolt) from the sky. Lightning occurs when an electrical charge is built up within a cloud, due to static electricity generated by supercooled water droplets colliding with ice crystals near the freezing level. When a large enough charge is built up, a large discharge will occur and can be seen as lightning.
Storms and lightning produce stunning chances for photography. The bolts of light are influential and will create several panorama spectacular but only if you can capture them. In the direction of capture lightning you have to act like a seeker, shooting and shooting awaiting something is trapped, focus and expose for the landscape you are using shooting 20 or 30 seconds exposures depending on the point of vividness in your panorama. Make sure of focus carefully, it’s difficult to focus at night and out of focus bolts are not nice at all.
Though it is extremely typical to capture perfectly timed images of a thunderstorm by different photographers, in this post I am presenting such pictures. Enjoy your stay on this article. And yeah, don’t forget to put your valuable comment in the comment box provided below. Have a look..