Salt Lake rainstorm

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Comments (20)

yves floret on July 23, 2008

Like a wonderful painting !! Beautiful capture spence-ation with great cloudy and rainy sky. Well done. Y.S.

Greetings. Yves

not1word on October 26, 2008

That's quite an amazing shot, Spence. What a great range of color in such a tight space.

spencer baugh on October 27, 2008

The sky & storm were amazing. I was wishing I could have got to a more pictuesque spot.

not1word on October 27, 2008

You didn't do too bad from where you were. I just noticed the data--was it really a 6mm lens? That's pretty huge if it is.

spencer baugh on October 28, 2008

Yeah. It is a cheap, little camera I bought to carry with me at all times (when I don't have my bulkier, better cameras). So it's good I had it to catch the shot. One of my favorite photos is taken with this camera (Lake Blanche/Sundial Peak). I'd like to organize my photos with tags of the different cameras I've used. Maybe this weekend.

not1word on October 28, 2008

You have a good point about at least having even a smaller camera with you.

Angelsdude57 on December 22, 2008

Man that is the most amazing shot i have ever seen. I guess beening at the right place at the right time plays a role in your pic. Very nice.

AD57

Bits-n-Pieces on April 26, 2009

WOW Spence-ation !!!

This is one of the adjacent thumbnails for n1w's latest shot-out railroad-car light shot....Wow. Too bad you didn't enter this one in the forum 'NPC' this past month. This would have been a GREAT one for the 'Bad Weather' theme.

very very very cool!

spencer baugh on April 26, 2009

Thanks B&P. This is one of the most amazing skies I've seen. I wish I could've been in a place to get a more picturesque foreground, but I'm still pleased with the shot.

spencer baugh on January 31, 2010

Hey n1w, I have realized for just a little while that I didn't answer one of your earlier comment questions about this photo about the data regarding this shot & a 6mm lens. It is just a little point & shoot, and I'm not sure about the difference when campared to a dslr system. I imagine that the 6 mm on this is referring to the diameter of the lens itself.

not1word on January 31, 2010

I understood what it was when you answered the first time, Spence, but thanks for the follow-up. I still don't quite understand some of the various numbers that manufacturers are using as if they're equivalents. I think it just muddies the water even more.

hlegallais on September 14, 2010

Very nice, like, Hervé

spencer baugh on September 14, 2010

Thank you very much Hervé.

Mirk0 on October 25, 2010

what an unusual awesome capture! LIKE and FAV for this pic and YOU! Kind regards, Mirko

spencer baugh on October 26, 2010

Thanks so much Mirko. Kind regards to you as well.

Nacho pehinucu on October 30, 2010

Una imagen espectacular. Saludos. Nacho

spencer baugh on October 31, 2010

Gracias por sus palabras Nacho. Saludos.

Pixelfoto.hu Kiss Lá… on November 1, 2010

Beautiful shot! Like 6 !

Greetings from Hungary

László

spencer baugh on November 5, 2010

Thank you László. Greetings from Utah.

dziwnowik on April 9, 2013

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 11, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by spencer baugh
    • Camera: EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY KODAK EASYSHARE C743 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
    • Taken on 2006/01/08 12:18:20
    • Exposure: 0.018s
    • Focal Length: 6.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.700
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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