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Jim finally found his tornado in June when this beauty touched down in Goshen County, Wyoming.

Before joining NYIP, Jim had a successful career as a chemist, but it wasn't for him. He turned to photography, moved to the Florida Keys and became a member of NYI. From there it's been quite a ride. After working as an underwater photographer, he took up storm chasing. His video clips run regularly on the Weather Channel. Jim takes both still photographs and video under the most demanding conditions. To learn more about how Jim made this photo, visit NYIP online.

NYI Graduate Jim Edds says,

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The New York Institute of Photography's Professional Photography home study course uses printed lessons, audio, and video to train photographers in all aspects of the art, science, and business of photography. We'll make you a better photographer.

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Photo Credit: NYI Graduate Jim Edds

To see more of Jim's photography, visit his Web site, www.extremestorms.com.

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