Ominous Supercell Thunderstorms Animated from a Single Photograph by Mike Hollingshead (5 pics)




Weather photographer Mike Hollingshead , whose impressive storm photography we first featured around this time last year, has taken his editing a bit further by importing his supercell thunderstorm photos into Photoshop and setting them in motion. Hollingshead says these animations aren’t created like more traditional cinemagraphs, where moving elements from a video are isolated and the rest of the image is masked out. Instead, he uses only a static image and creates the animation from thin air..

Ominous Supercell Thunderstorms Animated from a Single Photograph by Mike Hollingshead

Ominous Supercell Thunderstorms Animated from a Single Photograph by Mike Hollingshead

Ominous Supercell Thunderstorms Animated from a Single Photograph by Mike Hollingshead

Ominous Supercell Thunderstorms Animated from a Single Photograph by Mike Hollingshead

Weather photographer Mike Hollingshead , whose impressive storm photography we first featured around

Weather photographer Mike Hollingshead , whose impressive storm photography we first featured around this time last year, has taken his editing a bit further by importing his supercell thunderstorm photos into Photoshop and setting them in motion. Hollingshead says these animations aren’t created like more traditional cinemagraphs, where moving elements from a video are isolated and the rest of the image is masked out. Instead, he uses only a static image and creates the animation from thin air. Most of the photos you see here were shot in Nebraska between 2004-2013. You can see many more examples on his website .




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