While searching for images on Instagram that were tagged with #slowshutter, the awesome long exposure app that John Curley posted about last week, I came across these fantastic lightning photographs from Isaac Larson (@isaaclarson on the Instagramhole).
After pestering him to let us post the images, he sent us the nice big original photos along with some info on how how he used SlowShutter:
Here are a few shots I captured. All are unedited & not cropped. I only posted the last two on instagram; didn’t want to clutter up the feed w/ a bunch of seemingly redundant pics. The exposure time varied for each pic as I used the “B” feature combined w/ the light trail function. I just watched the screen until I like the composition I saw. It took about 30 secs for each of the pics below. I stabilized my iPhone on the roof of my car (the reflection), otherwise I’d have got light lines/trails instead of a static background w/ the lightning etc.