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Updates! Tornado Titans Season 4, Titan U, More!

Hey everyone! I wanted to get a post up today talking about what’s going on here at Titan HQ since we’ve got a lot going on. It’s truly exciting and humbling, and I’m so happy with how things are going so far! […]

October 7th, 2015|Titan News|

Unbelieveable Columbia, SC Flood Damage

Drones are good for many things, especially surveying the scope of damage from major natural disasters. Check out this drone video from Facebook showing unbelievable damage around the Columbia, SC area after a ‘1000 year flood’ impacted the area. […]

October 6th, 2015|Other Weather|

Documenting the 1000 Year Flood in South Carolina

Brandon Sullivan has been busy over in South Carolina documenting the 1000 year flood for Accuweather. This is an absolutely historic weather event, with rainfall totals of over a foot, with a couple near and over two feet! This definitely brings back a few memories from this past Spring locally! Check out the pics and videos below! […]

October 5th, 2015|Storm Chasing|

Three More Season Two Webisodes!

Finally in June, we were able to get some good setups over the good terrain we’ve always loved to chase. For most of 2011, we spent an inordinate amount of time in the hills and trees of the eastern parts of our region — and only just barely scratched our way back west for late May. […]

October 2nd, 2015|Storm Chasing|

Storms Tonight into Tomorrow — Then A Beautiful Weekend

A small storm system will work its way around the region today into tomorrow morning, bringing with it a chance of some storms for the area. The severe weather environment isn’t the most conducive, but some lightning, heavy rain, and small hail will be possible. […]

October 2nd, 2015|Southern Plains Current Weather|

Is Joaquin A Threat to US, and Fall Has Arrived!

It has been a rather busy weather week — but not quite a busy week for the Southern Plains. Things continue to be fall-like, with cooler weather today and some showers/storms around the eastern parts of Oklahoma. However, things are pretty rough if you happen to live in the Bahamas this morning as Hurricane Joaquin continues to lash that island chain. […]

October 1st, 2015|Southern Plains Current Weather|

This Volcano Looks Like a Highly Electric Supercell

In terms of being just amazing, there’s this video of a super-charged volcanic ash cloud in South America. This thing looks like a supercell with an intense back-sheared anvil and incredible tower lightning. A structure nuts dream! I’m pretty sure this is on my photographic bucket list for sure! […]

September 29th, 2015|Other Weather|

Talking Storm Chasing and Tornadoes with!!

I recently had a long conversation with’s Matt Young about storm chasing and tornadoes, which was featured in a new story on the site yesterday. You can read a lot of the fruits of that conversation in the article linked above, here’s a snippet: […]

September 28th, 2015|Storm Chasing|

Your Histogram, and How to Expose Your Images Properly

Let’s get one essential link out of the way. If you’ve never read it, Brandon Goforth wrote an amazing guide on the histogram and HDR photography here. Now, I’d like to take a bit of time to echo that post with a simpler guide on the histogram, which I think is the most essential tool for exposure most cameras pack. […]

September 27th, 2015|Photo Tips, Video Tips|

Some Photo Tips for Tomorrow Night’s Lunar Eclipse

Tomorrow night is going to feature a lunar eclipse over the northern Hemisphere with a full moon that’s brighter and bigger than a typical full moon. In short: It’s going to be a heck of an opportunity to take some unique astrophotography pictures. If you are wanting to venture out, the eclipse will begin at 7:11 CDT and we’ll see the moon completely in the shadow of earth for over an hour from 9:11 to 10:23 P.M. […]

September 26th, 2015|Southern Plains Current Weather|

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