Short of shooting roofs flying off buildings and trees ripped from the ground in a hurricane, how can you photograph wind? And why would you? As wind increases to hurricane force, the wise take shelter and let the guys in the working TV and press shoot the storm. (They presumably...
I grew up in Florida and lived most of my adult life in New Orleans. That means that my life can be measured in hurricanes. Growing up, we never had to evacuate. Since we were in Palm Beach, we hosted about twenty family members for Hurricane Andrew.
It happened on October 29, 2012. The sound of the wind coming from the darkness outside was deafening and then the power went out. They stayed in the basement of their home, praying that no trees fell on it. In the distance, the skies lit up as power transformers literally...
One of my first accepted photos on Dreamstime was from the Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival. It showed one of the hot air balloons floating over the Quechee Covered Bridge.
Just recently I uploaded a picture of the same bridge destroyed by the power of water from tropical...
As terrible as it seems, tragedy is a great buyer of stock images. Following Katrina, there were so many sites looking for pictures, not just of the event itself, but of a generic nature.
Who would want such images?
Well if you did a Google search for Katrina you might...
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