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  1. Hi guys, I'll be moving shortly to an area with very flat fields at the back and looking for suggestions for an outdoor 1080p Wi-FI PTZ IP Camera. Any suggestions? I'd ideally like it to be able to stream continuously with the option to easily embed it's own software onto my website, such as a nest camera? I know you can do this with their indoor cameras. But do they also do outdoor variants? Also, is there an easy way to allow remote users to control the PTZ system themselves remotely via embedded UI on my website in a browser, is there any kind of cheap and easy solution for this? @Mapantz I think you may be the most knowledgeable in this area, any tips? Thanks!
  2. Hello, just wondering if any of the Tour 5 guests are on here? Only days to go now... Does anyone have any questions regarding photography equipment before we head out?
  3. Hello peeps, This will be a thread to share your own time-lapse videos in. I did this one recently: Its pretty long, but pretty interesting:
  4. Good evening! I am a British photographer who is planning a new documentary photo story for 2018. I want to make work about storm chasers, of all ages, what drove them, their interests and lifestyle. Basically everything they do. I understand that I don't have storm chasing experience, but it's more about the people that I am interested in. If anybody is interested or knows of some great characters who would like to be involved! Please get in touch!
  5. Hi Guys, My name is Matthew, I am studying my Masters in the Royal College of Art currently in London but am from South Wales. I am pursuing a photographic project surrounding the community and people and action of 'Storm chasing'. I am fascinated by this process and the potential excitement of the discovering and finding storms and am looking to work with people nationwide as well as potentially internationally. If anyone is willing to invite me into this world and discuss things further please do get in touch. This is a self funded project and something I have been thinking seriously about for a while now. I am very keen to form a collaborative piece of work with you as individuals and as groups. My email is [email protected] and my Mobile number is 07534082955 Kind Regards, Matthew
  6. Good morning My partner and I are both professional photographers, one shot that’s been on our bucket list for too long is the classic coastal storm / lighthouse shot. We’re planning to travel to Porthcawl tomorrow to capture Storm Brian, any tips or advice would be most welcome…
  7. It's the big one! The final of the storm chase USA 2016 photo competition. The entries have been whittled down in the first vote, so we have the cream of the crop for the final vote. One small change is that on the tour 1 photos - photos 5 & 6 made it through to the final, but they were from the same day / same photographer, so just one of them is included in the vote, and the fourth place photo from that tour is now included in the final. The vote will close on Friday at 11am. Good luck to all the finalists! All photos were taking during the 2016 WeatherHolidays/Netweather storm chases by guests - if you'd like to join one of our tours, take a look at the WeatherHolidays website for more information. Photo 1: Photo 2: Photo 3: Photo 4: Photo 5: Photo 6: Photo 7: Photo 8: Photo 9: Photo 10: Photo 11: Photo 12: Photo 13:
  8. From the album: Thunderstorms

    Up at 3am to catch this powerful thunderstorm as it skirts up the east side of the Island.

    © 2014 Joshua Risker

  9. From the album: Isle of Man Scenics

    The finale to the 2014 Isle of Man TT races. Photography page now online, check it out here: www.facebook.com/JoshuaRiskerPhotography

    © © 2014 Joshua Risker

  10. Convective

    Beach Retreat

    From the album: Isle of Man Scenics

    © 2014 Joshua Risker

  11. Hello folks, I have finally got round to looking through all of my photos from this years storm chase! Here is part 1: [b]Texas - 9th May - 2009. [/b] After landing at Dallas Ft Worth airport we were straight after the storms. What better way to start than seeing our first supercel. A low precipitation (LP) supercell base: [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/8thMayTexas/LPsupercell.JPG[/img] Then a High precipitation supercell straight after!: [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/8thMayTexas/HPsupercell.JPG[/img] The lightning and rotation from this supercell was incredible and we were all very surprised that it never quite managed to drop a tornado. The HD footage is very nice, but due to file sizes limits i've only uploaded the video to youtube in standard format. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZtuZwLxj94[/media] The supercell then made its way to the town of Brownwood, Texas where we later found out was heavily damaged by large hail. [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/8thMayTexas/baseballstorm.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/8thMayTexas/baseballstorm2.JPG[/img] [b]9th/10th May 2009 - Texas.[/b] The following 2 days were unfortunately down days after a good start. Still the odd sunset to see however; [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/10thMayTexas/panhandlesunset.JPG[/img] [b]12th May 2009 - Again, Texas! [/b] This was probably one of the best storm days of my life. I'll let the pictures do most of the explaining... Convection initiated: [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/convection1.JPG[/img] A storm fired and we were off! A dust storm initiated as the storm dragged in the moisture. Spot the lucky hidden lightning strike in thise first photo: [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/Duststorm1cg.JPG[/img] I have video of this storm as the dust reduced visibility to only a few yards but as yet i still need to upload it. [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/duststorm2.JPG[/img] As we chased the storm we saw an amazing base which contrasted against the red fields. [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/supercellbase.JPG[/img] A quick gustnado then whipped up some dust [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/Gustnado.JPG[/img] Then a lowering [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lowering.JPG[/img] Finally, the chase led us to Childress, Texas where we witnessed some amazing structure, a possible tornado, the vortex 2 project with its associated many DOW trucks. Oh and some nice lightning and mammatus... [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/childress1.JPG[/img] A very small funnel starting to form? [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/childress2funnel.JPG[/img] Oh, and maybe a tornado? [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/possiblenado.JPG[/img] The Weather Channel/ Discovery Channel filming next to the team. [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/weatherchannel.JPG[/img] Then some nice mammatus and lightning. [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/mammatus.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/IMG_4789.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lightning1.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lightning2.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lightning3.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lightning4.JPG[/img] [img]http://www.scotphotos.co.uk/Stormchasing/12thMayTexas/lightning5.JPG[/img] And then finally, an amazing video of a lightning bolt landing within a few feet of us. (You cant see the lightning but you can defo hear it!!!!) [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma36Omijp2E[/media] Well, that was my first blog entry. I hope you enjoy the photos and look out for part 2 soon!!
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