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Goddessda


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Location: the smallest state in the U S ...

Total posts: 24
Posted:I am taking professional fire pictures tomorrow. Tell Me all the little tips that you have.. or hints...
Besides don't light Myself or the photographer on fire..
GoddessDA


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bender
GOLD Member since Nov 2001

still can't believe it's not butter
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Total posts: 6979
Posted:use a tripod, or else there is no place to leave your tennis balls once they're knitted.
ask the photographer about the limits if any for your movements before you are out of frame.
use flash only once during the shot, twice for a nice vishnu-limbs effect.
vishnu has many tennic balls.


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gita
SILVER Member since Oct 2003

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Location: brizvegas, Australia

Total posts: 3776
Posted:and use the slowest shutter speed possible!! you can get some awesome shots that way!!!!

not sure about the flash thing tho - i tend to avoid using a flash all together! you should be able to get the vishnu-limbs effect from a slow shutter. the light from the flames should be enough to get that!

yeah - with the limits of movements before your out of frame - thats's really important!! there's nothing more frustrating than lining up a perfect shot then having your subject twirl out of the way!! try and stay in a small area - pretend you're a mime & stuck in a box!! ubblol

have fun! biggrin


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MiG
GOLD Member since Apr 2004

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Location: Bogged at CG, Australia

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Posted:the photos i have in the gallery were 1 second exposure time, but i was spinning really fast there, so whether thats a good guide to go by...

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bender
GOLD Member since Nov 2001

still can't believe it's not butter
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Total posts: 6979
Posted:use flash if you think the twirler be sexy thang wink

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Dom
BRONZE Member since Dec 2001

Dom

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Location: Bristol, UK

Total posts: 3009
Posted:There's a HoP article on filming and photographing fire and also do a search as this has been brought up a few times before.

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