Hello everyone, This is my first post here, so be merciful, haha. I recently found my father's Nikon N2000 35mm camera and have already gone through a bunch of rolls. Everything is going great so far, but I ran into an interesting situation the other night. There were storm clouds rolling over the hills behind our neighborhood and I tried to get a few shots. What do you usually do to get good shots of lightening at night? I'm not really talking about timing, I've just been using a continuous burst when a lot of lightening strikes occur; I'm more talking about settings, such as aperture, shutter speed, and possible exposure compensation. I tried setting the largest aperture on my lens (22), but moving the shutter speed to normal for a few shots, and then a hair faster for a few more. What do you suggest when I run into this situation in the future? P.S. I also thought I should clarify that it was night and pretty dark out. I edited that in the post above. I apologize for the lack of clarity.