Location: Buffalo, NY / Settings: F.8, ISO 100, 237 seconds
Scouting locations like this in the day is a good idea, I try to do it whenever possible - It's not safe any other way, you should get well acquainted with your location before shooting it in the dark.
This can be the difference between a light-noob and a light-ninja.
For this shot I knew the location already, a decrepit historic building on the East Side of Buffalo - a perfect spot for my Rainbow Raptor.
I'd prefer to go with someone else for safety purposes, but went alone because I was picking my brother up from the airport an hour later.. That was before the lightning storm hit and his plane was delayed 3 hours.
During this shoot the rain began falling through broken windows and lightning struck in the distance to the left of the building. I didn't stay long.
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