Thunderstorm Photography by Jason Weingart
Jason Weingart began chasing thunderstorms in 2009. His award-winning weather photography has been featured by educational and media outlets across the globe.
His images are available for purchase in the form of prints and digital downloads. Prints can be made on paper, aluminum, canvas, or in one of a kind storm windows. Commercial licenses for stock images are also available.
Digital Download : $49.99
Commercial Use License : $199.99
8x12 Paper : $59.99
11x14 Paper $99.99
16x20 Paper : $149.99
16x24 Paper : $174.99
24x36 Paper : $299.99
30x40 Paper : $399.99
40x60 Paper : $499.99
8x12 Aluminum : $149.99
11x14 Aluminum : $199.99
16x20 Aluminum : $299.99
16x24 Aluminum : $349.99
24x36 Aluminum : $449.99
30x40 Aluminum : $599.99
40x60 Aluminum : $1199.99
16x24 Canvas : $349.99
24x36 Canvas : $449.99
30x40 Canvas : $599.99
4 pane Storm Window : $999.99
To order, click on the thumbnails below. Got a question? Use the form at the bottom of the page and receive a prompt response from Jason Weingart.
Shelf cloud from a severe warned thunderstorm approaches Ormond Beach, Florida. Lifeguard Thomas DuBrule signals to surfers to exit the water.
Mammatus clouds over a long abandoned farmstead outside of Georgetown, Texas.
A pair of supercells, low precipitation (left) and tornadic (right), south of Dodge City, Kansas.
Mesocyclone outside of Henrietta, Texas.
Shelf cloud in Oak Hill, Florida.
Double rainbow over Wallace, Kansas
Shelf cloud over Evant, Texas.
Supercell structure and lightning bugs over Smithville, Missouri.
Dust storm near Picachio's Peak, Arizona.
Funnel cloud and rainbow in Dublin, Texas.
Thunderstorm over the Atlantic Ocean, off the beach front real estate of a sandcastle in Palm Beach, Florida. Image by Savannah Williams.
Supercell thunderstorm in Willard, Kansas.
Mammatus clouds and a windmill outisde of O'Neill, Nebraska