Spring storm in farm country
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Old 05-19-2017   #1
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One of the weather situations that develop in the Spring on the Prairies are the afternoon storms. You can wake up in the morning to a perfectly blue sky with, maybe some scattered clouds and by noon, the sky is more clouds than blue sky. By mid-afternoon, the atmospheric conditions can create small rain storms, some of which can be very intense.As the weather gets warmer in June, July and August, these storm are often accompanied by thunder, lightning and hail. The really bad ones can spawn a tornado.

This picture was shot in farm country north of the city,

This is a black and white conversion of a 590nm infrared image taken with my Canon 5D III and a 24-105 lens. Processing was in Lightroom and Nik's Silver Efex Pro 2.




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Yes, those summer storms can be impressive. What software did you use to make the conversion?

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Yes, those summer storms can be impressive. What software did you use to make the conversion?

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Thanks Chuck. I used Nik's Silver Efex Pro 2 for the conversion to Black and White.

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