PSP-- Touched up.. Lightning from Deadly Storm

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PSP-- Touched up.. Lightning from Deadly Storm

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These are couple of photos of the intensive lightning, the incredible energy that the deadly storm packed. The lightning was constant, I would guess on the average of about 5-10 flashes per second. The battery in camera went dead, so I grabbed by camcorder and shot some video of the light show. I've seen a lot of storms that packed some impressive lightning, but this was so intense. They were shot with my Kodak P880 Zoom, using the Bulb shutter setting. I processed them using PSP, using the Brightness/Contrast Levels.
Lightning_Tornado 01.jpg
Lightning_Tornado 03.jpg
Lightning_Tornado 02.jpg
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Thanks for sharing!! :)
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