Fireground Photography

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by STICKMAN, May 28, 2008.

  1. STICKMAN

    STICKMAN TPF Noob!

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    Some shots from a house fire I was on the other night. This was my first true session with the Nikon D40 at night. I have only had it for less then a week.

    To many to post here so here is the link to my site:
    http://www.pbase.com/kennyvp/holly_ave_pitman_nj&page=all

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    Please feel free to comment away good bad indifferent, I need to learn!!!!
     
  2. DRoberts

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    You should go to the IFSTA website and get information on the 2009 calendar photo contest. You can enter up to 20 photos, but they do have some specific guidelines.
    Nice shots.
     
  3. johngpt

    johngpt No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I tended to become more involved with the ones in which you were able to zoom closer on an individual fire fighter, especially on the end of the boom.

    I think it was around 101 or 102, with the two fire fighters near the small eruption through the roof, I thought very striking.

    Very difficult shooting. Changing lighting, fast movement. You captured some great images.

    What lens did you have on the D40, and what were some of the shutter speeds and f-stops, at what ISO?
     

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