Natural hazards like volcanic eruptions and thunderstorms are destructive. Such happenings leave big negative impacts on the environment, people, and animals. But when they happen there’s a different kind of beauty that’s blend with fear. You might have seen thunderstorms and have been scared of them and at the same time, you might have seen that they have some kind of beauty.
Capturing such extreme weather conditions to the camera is not an easy task. This photographer from Chilie Francisco Negroni is quite famous for capturing such conditions on his camera. He is an award-winning figure and his Cordón Caulle eruption images had even got attention from the international in 2011. Scroll to see some of his uniquely captured images and to know more about him.
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He had been working as a photo reporter and in 2008 he had not been able to capture images of the Llaima eruption. But that incident had brought him to a different path in his career. As he had shared with My Modern Met things had changed since then and he had been interested in photographing eruptions.
The style that he takes images varies with the eruptions and always tries to give out in detail. His dirty thunderstorm images are quite famous and are unique. They are unique because as per what the experts say such thunderstorms are very rare. The photographer travels around his country and tries to capture more eruptions on camera. Also, there are photo tours of the country. Below are some amazing photos that are taken by him. Have a look at them and make sure to leave a comment sharing what you think.
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