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Extraordinarily rich in depth and detail.
I love that it is in B&W, that being said, selective color in just the flames might be really cool too ! Just a thought, you are the true artist.
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ellenellen Jul 05
very creative and unusual
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Amazing creative work best wishes Jenny Potter
 
ambertrudi Jul 14
Very creative.

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Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in Paris, under the Bercy's bridge. It is actually a way for bicyles so it was tricky to take that kind of photos with all the bikes coming and going.
Time
From 6pm to 8 pm, it was a cloudy spring day.
Lighting
100% naturral light and of course, the fire breathers make their own light with fire!
Equipment
Nikon D600 with 24 70mmf/2.8 zoom.
Inspiration
My friend Andrey Das has a crazy photo/video project with five fire breathers including him. But this photo was just an an idea off his project. It's actually a pose I've been doing a lot for weddings and I had the idea to try it with this strange couple.
Editing
Adobe Camera Raw to develop the photo in black & white and a lot of cleaning in Photoshop. Fire breathing makes a lot of stains on the ground.
In my camera bag
At tha time, exactly that equipment: Nikon D600 with 24 70mmf/2.8 zoom.
Feedback
As usual with photos involving fire, tou need a safety expert. My guy's name is Joe Guillian and he is always there in fire photoshoots. During that session, the firebreather on the left, Quentin, had a little accident and Joe's help was very precious.

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