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Forrest_Imagery June 04, 2018
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 July 05, 2018
very creative and unusual
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jennypotterphotography July 06, 2018
Amazing creative work best wishes Jenny Potter
 
ambertrudi July 14, 2018
Very creative.
 
DNproSTUDIO Jan 10
waw is awesome for two people when they give fire
 
ssshoot Feb 28
Excellent, especially in mono.

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with Tata Galette & Quentin Rdt

with Tata Galette & Quentin Rdt
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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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