Go Storm Chasing

Your customizable storm chasing adventure
with photographer Jason Weingart. 


Go Storm Chasing

Your customizable storm chasing adventure
with photographer Jason Weingart. 

Tornadoes. Supercells. Lightning.
More than a Tour. It's Storm Chasing with Jason.

Go Storm Chasing
from 999.99

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The Go Storm Chasing program is designed with the busy client in mind. It is less expensive and more flexible than traditional storm tours or workshops. Another advantage is that the best setups are chosen several days in advance rather than blindly scheduling predetermined week long blocks for guests months in advance. This program even comes with a storm guarantee,
'If you don't see a storm, your next storm chase is on the house.'

Storm chasing is different than storm chase tours. You won't be crammed into a large van with several other people and some tour guide that you don't even know. You will be riding along with Jason while learning all of the nuances of chasing thunderstorms including forecasting, setting up a vehicle for storm chasing, live streaming your chases, safely navigating around a storm to get into the best position for photographs and video, editing your work, and selling it to the media to make some money and gain more exposure. 

You simply sign up, pay your deposit, and choose a location where Jason Weingart will pick you up.

Your chase could be any time of the year. Jason has documented tornadoes in Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter months. When a chase opportunity arises, Jason will notify those on the list no less than 5 days in advance. If your schedule allows you to chase, you reply that you are available, pay the remaining balance, and you're all set. 

The pickup locations available are Austin, Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Wichita. Different pickup locations are possible, but do require some extra planning. If you need a different pickup location, fill out the form at the bottom of the page.  

Images from people that have gone storm chasing with Jason

"My lifelong dream was to witness a tornado, so I signed up for Jason Weingart's Supercell Adventure. We saw 13 tornadoes in 3 days! It far exceeded my expectations. I didn't just get to witness supercells and tornadoes, I also got incredible pictures and videos of them to take home to show my family and friends. 
Thank you Jason!"
-Christopher Estep - 2016 Supercell Adventure Participant


What you will learn while chasing.

What you will learn while chasing.

Initial formation of Bennington, Kansas tornado. May 28, 2013

You will leave your storm chase with a thorough understanding of how to forecast severe weather, position yourself to document it, properly take the images/footage, bring it all to life with post processing software, and sell your work to make some money and obtain more exposure.  

We will also touch on some other genres of photography throughout the course of the trip, including astrophotography, sunsets, and more. If there happens to be a day of inactive weather, we will still make the most of our time by shooting scenic images and improving your techniques. 


  • Understand how Great Plains supercell producing systems operate
  • Learn how to forecast where supercells and tornadoes will form
  • Learn how to chase supercell thunderstorms
  • Learn how to safely position yourself to document supercells
  • Learn how to photograph lightning and storm structure 
  • Learn how to photograph tornadoes
  • Learn how to properly shoot video of a storm
  • Learn how to shoot still images to create a timelapse of a storm
  • Learn how to stack lightning images.
  • Learn how to properly edit your still photographs
  • Learn how to properly edit your video
  • Create a breathtaking timelapse of the storms we witness 
  • Learn how to sell your images and videos to national media outlets.

What to bring on your chase




What to bring on your chase




Mesocyclone associated with a supercell near Henrietta, Texas on May 7, 2015

Chasing supercells requires a fair amount of equipment. You will definitely want a camera that can shoot stills and video. Comfortable clothes for the day and warm clothes for the night are recommended. Equipment is not provided by the workshop. If you have any questions about equipment, use the form at the bottom of the page, and Jason will answer as soon as possible. 


Here is a list of suggested items. 

  • A sturdy tripod
  • A DSLR camera 
  • A video camera (DSLR, GoPro, camcorder, etc.)
  • At least 2 batteries for your DSLR and a charger
  • A wide angle lens of at least 24mm with an aperture of f/4.0 or less. 
  • A telephoto of at least 105mm may also be useful. 
  • Memory cards totaling at least 64 gigabytes 
  • Camera bag that can be easily carried
  • Suitcase for luggage (limit one per person)
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Closed toes shoes
  • Rain coat 
  • Jacket
  • Laptop with access to Adobe Creative Cloud (30 day free trial at
  • Cell Phone with Radarscope installed 
  • Card Reader and/or USB cable
  • An intervalometer 
  • Flashlight (recommend a Maglite or similar with high luminescence)
  • A Red Headlamp (available at Walmart)


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