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Copyright: Jan Erasmus (Popye) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 56 W: 0 N: 154] (802)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-10-08
Categories: Decisive Moment
Camera: Nikon D200, Nikkor AF 24-120mm
Exposure: f/8, 15 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-01-26 13:37
Viewed: 1992
Favorites: 1 [view]
Points: 32
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This is a lightning shot, I took right in front of my home.
I wanted to photograph the foto outside town, but thought, lets try this one between the homes, in a town enviroment, ans see how it will produce.
I tried to capture the street lights, as well as the Lightning, and it almost over expose the street lights.
I had too choose not a too long SS, and had a real experience, timing the intervals between the lightning
Look at the exif data, and you can see that this one was taken at 15/1s SS.
Hope you enjoy, and any critique welcome.

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Hi Jan,
Wow how did you capture that? It's really cool and electrifying. It's not just a single lightning but multiple lightning.
Thanx for sharing.

Hong

I'm impressed. Your diligence paid off. The moment, obviously, is spectacular. The colors and composition are fine, too. Nice work. Congratulations. -Hugh

Jan,
Nicely done!
Would look good on frame too..

cheers!

jowel

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  • flipvd Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 128 W: 4 N: 19] (1267)
  • [2007-01-26 15:01]

Hi Jan
Very nice lightning shot, great comp and colour!!!
Well done Jan
TFS
flipvd

It is great you could capture it. I am sure it was not easy to take.
The sky and the lightening look absolutely gorgeous.

TFS,
Marilena

wow! some storm!! Love how you captured the lightening and the lights of the village..nicely done .TFS
Donna:o)

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  • juyona Gold Star Critiquer [C: 2585 W: 1 N: 425] (10173)
  • [2007-01-26 16:02]

Hola Jan, precioso disparo y excelente momento... saludos

Jan,
ANOTHER cool lightning shot!
I like the spider web effect. I wouldn't worry about the OE of the streetlights, I know how hard it is to keep from that, you could easily clone them out, but I wouldn't. Very nice moody shot, I think your on a roll!
Scott

Well!
There, we have a full supply!,
Super capture!
I guess the Nikon survived!

Bernard

Hello Jan!
Beautiful shot, good detail! Nice colours and sharpness!
Well done!
Lili

Hi Jan

Wow... talk about and electric shock... oops shot! Fantastic! We only get sheet lightening in New Zealand and that is not very impressive! TFS.

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  • BenF Gold Star Critiquer [C: 261 W: 0 N: 352] (3060)
  • [2007-01-27 6:36]
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Hello Jan,
Fantastic shot, I love this type of photography.
Nice composition.
Baie goed gedoen,
Groete,
BEN

Hi there!
Great shot! Very dramatic!
Well done!

Hi Jan...
I went trough your gallery and liked it most... but this is an impressive photo...this photo is an example for: "to be on the right place at the right time and make the right decision to make the shot"...
my congratulations and thank's for sharing...
Greetings,
Mujdat

Great shot, friend. You were kind to catch with success the indicated moment. The fluidity of the neon lights, as well as the silhouettes are a good complement to the composition
John

Hi Jan,
Wow... what a lightning !
...the right photographer at the right place and at the right moment !
Regards.
Fred

Nice capture! maybe its me but is there a black patch next to the street light or is it a birds flying by?

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