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Fire Scene Photography 4 years 2 months ago #2222

Greg, Wondering if you have done any fire scene photography, especially at night? At first I found this to be very challenging being that there are alot of things happening. The fire, smoke, firefighters moving around, lights on the apparatus, etc. What are some of your thoughts?
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Re: Fire Scene Photography 4 years 2 months ago #2227

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Greg, Wondering if you have done any fire scene photography, especially at night? At first I found this to be very challenging being that there are alot of things happening. The fire, smoke, firefighters moving around, lights on the apparatus, etc. What are some of your thoughts?

I think that will be great shots, but i also think that when Greg is helping or working at the fire department, he will also fight the fire and he does not have time for photographing...

But i know there are people who are specialized and trained fire department photographers... i know someone who does that. Also the Police in Holland do have certain people for that.

Greetings,
Roy
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