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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Try to capture something that is fastest....

So, I see some people learn how to control the lighting via a technique called Exposure, well I don't the right name though, just learn it when playing around with light doodling...^^"

Anyway, I challenge myself to try capture at least few pics of the fastest element on Mother Earth; Lightning.

Good, that day the weather is bad, seen a lot lightning strikes also, good timing !


Waits.........................................................


Ah crap not going to reveal itself, not a problem, I have all the time..


GOTCHA !


Now it only shows some light performance to me.....patient, patient......


Patient..........


Correction, that straight ain't some meteor from Smallville ok ? ^^"


Another light performance.....


.............10min has passed............


Uh, nice view ~


Finally, 30min later, got another lightning root-like ~

My waist hurt after that, should get some cheap tripod.......

^^"

7 comments:

bd77 said...

Nice shots. The straight shot was a fav.

Marzz said...

I never captured lightning on camera before.... Mainly because I always missed the chance. You have patience! Nice bro!

Evaritus Lau said...

@bd,

~Somebody saaaaaaaave meeeee~ LoLz Smallville maniac haha !

@Marzz,

Exposure let user to capture something in a spot, capturing anything moving for a certain time, my cam can only set to 60sec, which is lame haha...

FreedomWen said...

Nice! LoL! But becareful, I read an article said that thunder/lighting may strike on those electrical stuff.

Evaritus Lau said...

@Wen,

Haha, if it strike real close ar, but usually lightning strike somewhere on open sea eh. It's not like you're holding a metal rod with magnet on it...^^"

David John Shewsbury said...

Brilliant... so far i still fail to captured such photos... just make the best use of your camera... snap any photos that you like and share them in your blog, don't be shy... I would suggest that next time u go to Papar market or tamu and snap some photos of the busy days there...

Evaritus Lau said...

Haha, would do Sir David. =)