My most recent fire performer photography adventure brought me to Voluntown, CT, this past weekend. I was invited to a private birthday campout by Andrew, a fire-spinning buddy of mine, for some headshots and fire-performer photography action shots. His location was wonderfully hidden away from everyone, on a swampy piece of family property. Between alien-looking,…
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How To Photograph Fire Fans and Palm Torches
Here's how to use fire fans and palm torches as a simple two-point photography lighting system for beautiful portraits and action shots.
How To Photograph Fire Breathers
Wanna know the best camera settings to photograph fire breathers? HINT: I don't care about getting siiiiiiiiick fire textures.
How To Photograph Fire Performers By Thinking
Looking for the best camera settings to use when photographing fire performers? I’ll give you a hint. There aren’t any. Read on to see what I mean.
How To Photograph Fire Performers With Boredom
Photographing fire performers and flow artists became boring for me a long time ago and that is perfectly okay. In fact, boredom can be a powerful asset in your creative tool box!
How To Photograph Fire Performers On the Move
We'll continue learning to think like a combat shooter because Army fundamentals and good fire performer photography fit well perfectly. Here's how.
How To Photograph Fire Performers Like a Soldier
In Part 3 of this Series on improving fire performer photography, I present to you the Four Fundamentals of Basic Rifle Marksmanship. Wait, whaaaaaaat?
How To Photograph Fire Performers Safely
Something to ask yourself: is it really that difficult to ask for permission, or are you just lazy, entitled, and possibly predatory? Always. Get. Consent.
How To Photograph Fire Performers Like a Photojournalist
The best way to photograph fire performers is to learn the skills unique to photojournalism and sports photography. This is my primary technique.
Fire Performer Photography at Fractalfest
Fractalfest Presents: Reflections gave me the opportunity to indulge in my favorite photography subject - fire performers!