Springfield Colorado Supercell V2 by kellydelay

Redo of one of my favorite storm chasing images from Springfield, Colorado using luminosity masks within Photoshop CC to bring out detail from the RAW image. I think it represents the scene more realistically. Originally processed as a HDR image using 5 different exposures. I like the new version much better.

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Bump in the Night by RogerHill

Amazing night time strong tornado and thunderstorm near Groom, Texas on November 16th. One of the prettiest, and scariest scenes one would want to encounter! For me, I live for this! I had to shoot this wide (I was VERY close for awhile) to capture the entire scene. A longer (20 second) exposure was needed to capture the lightning bolt illuminating the tornado). From the starry skies, to the thunderstorm and obvious tornado going over a wind turbine farm, this is one of my favorites!

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Big Badlands Supercell by AaronGroen

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This is another shot from July 25th’s amazing shelf cloud north of Dell Rapids,SD. Taken less than a minute and a half before my ” sHELf cLoud http://ift.tt/1fxHBGC ” post and look how far the storm moves, this storm had already produced multiple tornadoes and still had over 70mph winds and large hail when it hit my location. 7/25/2015 – 10:19:36 PM Single Exposure shot, Canon EOS 6D and EF 16-35mmf/2.8L II usm lens @ 6.0 sec; f/2.8; ISO 1000, 16mm PRINTS – HomeGroenPhotography.com

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Angry supercell by weather-photosNET

A rapidly rotating supercell storm with CG lightning strikes our from the updraft tower. Western Texas on June 14th, 2015.

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Limon, Colorado by tornadochaser06

Shelf cloud races toward Limon, CO on Aug 17, 2015. This storm produced winds to 65 mph in town and caused decent tree damage.

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