Into The Storm : Chasing Extreme Weather Photography

Perhaps some of the most incredible storm clouds I have ever witnessed in my life. This epic day was filmed capturing landscape photography with Nick Page and Sean Parker on a gorgeous dry lake bed.

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  1. Hey yall, thank you so much for watching this video. Your support means a ton to me! As many of you know this month has been a very difficult one for me. I took a bit of a mental break from shooting/editing video this month. I am currently down in San Diego with my family for the rest of 2021. I have a backlog of some fun adventures that I will start to edit here soon. I won't be doing any big trips for the rest of the year. But I do plan to get out and film every once in a while here in San Diego and out in the Southern Desert. If you see me out and about looking goofy, make sure to say hi! 🙂

  2. Love the Timelapse’s . They are truly fantastic .
    I’ve been taking photos since I was 8 years old .
    Now at 60 plus I’m going through a dry patch .
    Just cannot see an image in my mind I want to shoot .

  3. Absolutely thrilled that I came across this video of yours Michael, truly magical! Thank you for sharing the behind the scenes behind the epic images. I think my favorite shot is the first one, the pano.. but they are all stunning. Always love the lightning captures. Something I struggle with timelapses and wondering if you could offer insight, is how to have a smooth light transition in the timelapse when you have rapidly changing lighting conditions, such as with storms near sunset? Any insight is super appreciated! Great video!

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