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Supercell.

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Published on Jun 5, 2013

This is a short compilation of clips from my 2013 Storm Chasing stock footage shoot. Taken in April and May. The title "Supercell" is a reference to the special and rare type of thunderstorm that produces the majority of tornadoes. All the storm clouds in this clip are Supercell storms and the storms can be seen rotating and spinning. Where you can see a pale green color in the clouds this is an indication of giant hail, some of these storms produced hail stones the size of baseballs. This footage was shot using a Sony PMW-F5 and recorded in 4K raw, although it is presented here in HD only. The big tornado was near the town of Bennington in Kansas. Some clips have been sped up to show the motion of the storms. The footage was edited with Premier Pro and graded in DaVinci Resolve using a MacBook Pro in my hotel room. It's just a very small sample of the footage acquired during these shoot. The clip is dedicated to fellow storm chaser and friend Tim Samaras, his son Paul and also Carl Young. They were killed while undertaking tornado research on May 31st 2013 by a violent 2.3 mile wide tornado near El Reno, Oklahoma. Tim was a genuine researcher dedicated to advancing our knowledge of severe storms and lightning. He will be sadly missed by many.

Sorry about the "+" in the middle of the footage this is there in an attempt to prevent un-authorized use of my footage.

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