20 Extremely Stunning Storm Photographs

by *billyunderscorebwa

According to expert photographers while photographing nature at her wildest is one of the most thrilling challenges photography can provide, there’s little point to it if you end up risking getting electrocuted or drench your best cameras in the process. Try to take your pictures from indoors, if possible. Never stand in the middle of a field, especially if your camera equipment is on a tripod or pole. Never take your snapshots from underneath a tree or near bodies of water. These simple precautions will do wonders for keeping you safe.

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by *thomasdelonge

by ~exoart

by ~densitometer

by ~poetryeffect

raiders on the storm ...

by RaumKraehe

by ~yruhauntingme

Violent Storm Over Grenoble

by SixtyFourWarrior

by *Nebraskies

by *Nebraskies

by *Nebraskies

by montagar

by *mitchellkrog

by Mike Hollingshead

by ~cschoeps

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  • http://glazemoo.blogspot.com Glazemoo

    I like the work of Nebraskies. Its so amazing. I also appreciate your hard works to find out all these beautiful photographs. Keep it up.

  • http://billyunderscorebwa.deviantart.com/ Evan

    Glad to have my work featured! Congrats to everyone who was included =)

    Just thought I should let everyone know that the second to the last photo is stolen. It was actually taken by Mike Hollinshead. His account of that storm can be found here: http://extremeinstability.com/04-5-28.htm

    • admin

      @Evan

      Really thank you so much for pointing out Evan. Actually i found that photo here at deviantart. But now I have changed the source of that photo to its original owner.

      Cheers!!

  • Megan

    Beautiful, Stunning, Nature is Amazzzing!!!!!

  • http://antopatterson.wordpress.com Antoinette

    These storm images look amazing! Keep em coming :)

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  • Eggnostriva

    I think Hdr is useful, but looks like shit when overdone.

  • http://www.NotAWickOfScents.com Scentsy Wickless Candles

    What breathtaking and beautiful photos. It is amazing what mother nature can do.

  • http://photos.pixellicious.com/ Pixellicious Photos

    Absolutely STUNNING!!!!

  • agusbudiman

    woowww.. awesome.. this is where disaster become so beautifull..

  • RJ Stribley

    Truly stunning. Some of these have to be HDR. Beautiful images. Right person, right place, right time!

  • http://consensuslife.com victoria

    These photos are positively breathtaking. Thanks!

  • http://www.event-foto.pl fotograf studniówka

    Great photos! We do not get many of these tornado-type clouds here in Poland!

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  • http://greenmantle.biz Mark Greenmantle

    Great collection of storm shots here. I hope our next storm chase here nets similar shots (without the devastating flooding we received this year).

  • http://itsonlybarney.com Andrew

    Some of these photos are just amazing. Wonderful work of art by the photographers. I just wish we had storms like these for me to get photos like this.

  • Christy A

    oh man I LOVE these!!!!
    I’ve got a pretty great one from Africa, if you’re interested.

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  • http://thelistninja.com The Ninja

    Amazing. Being from the midwest I have seen scenes like these and they never cease to amaze.

  • hyungela

    정말 멋진 사진입니다.
    가슴이 벅찬느낌… 설명이 안되는…
    멋진 사진 잘 봤습니다.

  • http://lannarfelt.etsy.com lannarfelt

    Great photos!Wonderful work of art by the photographers!

  • http://www.gmail.com yssubramanyam

    extremely good

  • http://a1el.blogspot.com Monain

    Wonderful work , awesome Collection

  • akasha

    wonderful way to show others work by copying! keep up

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