Lightning strike in Sedona

Lightning Photography Sedona Arizona

With all the excitement of this past week, I haven’t posted a blog or a photo since Tuesday night. For awhile I was too busy to think about it, then I couldn’t do it if I wanted to because the website had crashed numerous times and finally we had to put it on a different server with a static page.

Well, now I’ve moved to a faster, more reliable host and I’m back in the mix of blogging! It’s amazing how much I missed it!

I want to write a lot about what happened with the haboob video, the viral-ness and all that jazz, but right now I’m on vacation for a few days in Sedona with my family.

Of course, I still took a few hours to get outside and shoot some lightning. I had no choice. Sedona was lit up on all sides tonight and the tough part was just aiming in the right spot. I usually don’t catch a lot of “daytime/dusk” lightning, but I got a couple tonight.

This is the first time I’ve ever processed a lightning photo using my vintage preset I created using onOne’s Phototools (which by the way you can get for a smoking deal right now, check it out).

I like it…it’s something different.

(exif: canon 5d mark ii, canon 85mm 1.8, f/22, iso 320, 0.6 sec)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • http://lussierphoto.com Bob Lussier

    I like this a lot. The vintage feel is a nice fit for it.

  • http://photostry.com/ Kristi Hines

    Nice job Mike! I know what you mean about the “in all directions.” We were out last night in Fountain Hills, and it felt like no matter where you pointed the camera, the best action was always out of frame. Looks like we all got something nice in the end! 🙂

  • http://www.myblueheaven.com Scott Wood

    Nice. I really like the vintage treatment.

  • http://curtfleenor.com Curt Fleenor

    Nice Mike! Love the processing on this one!