Edition # 100
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I took this particular shot Christmas Eve 1994 while holidaying on my parent’s farm. It was a very overcast and stormy day. I had a feeling that something out of the ordinary may occur. So I grabbed my Sister as a camera assistant and went to the paddock where my father and brother in law were harvesting wheat. I started taking shots of the wheat with Susan holding the flashgun. I lit the subject with a warm gel and used a graduated grey filter to darken the bottom of the photograph. This was not an easy shot to take considering the wind was blowing about 45 knots and I was shooting in very low light while hand holding a hasselblad camera.
This shot is of a super cell thunderstorm system and the closest thing that you will get to in this country to a Tornado it was published both here and in USA.
Silver Print Award APPA
Camera: Hasselblad. Lens: 50mm Hasselblad
Exposure: 1/15th F4
Film Stock: Fuji Velvia pushed one stop.
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