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PSP HDR Merge

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Yesterday I decided to play around with the HDR merge in PSP. I had some shot some photos a few years ago when HDR was first introduced, but could not find them, so I grabbed my camera, a Kodak Easyshare P880 Zoom and my el-cheapo tripod, and out the door I went. The only thing that I could find that might be interesting were the clouds. There were some storm clouds building to the NW. So I set my camera up and proceeded to take 3-shot bracketed photos. Once I had several I returned back inside and was starting to process them, and noticed that one of the local television stations was doing a wall-to-wall weather broadcast. Now there's only one reason they do this... tornado. There was a storm cell passing through the capitol city of Topeka, that was producing a funnel and then finally a tornado. Topeka is located about 55 miles North, North-west of me. The clouds that I was photographing happened to be that storm. This was just a start around 4pm, for the evening. This would repeat itself numerous times, basically through the same area, concluding with a final tornado warning for the town I live in, at around 11:30pm.

One such tornado destroyed a small town, that some of my relatives grew up in. The town had a population of about 250, numerous were injured and 1 killed. Thankfully the storm that passed through the town I live in only produced a wall cloud, did not develop into a tornado.

Here's some HDR photos taken of the storms that kicked off the events of the evening.
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These first two, were of the first storm that passed through Topeka, around 4pm.
wclouds-01.jpg
stormclouds_Lyon County.jpg
stormclouds_Lyon County02.jpg
The last two were of the storm building, that eventually would produce the tornado that destroyed Reading.
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Another great share!! :)
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These are terrific Ron...... love the sunset image.
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