Yes that's Renita inside the Fire
Light Painting with Fire has become my Hot Topic of the month. More and more I get comfortable with the tools that I create. Every time I play with it new fire cultures evolve. The interaction with a human body gives it perspective and scale.
What I wish for next would be to give it depth and the feel of space. But experiments will follow and I will bring you along in the process.
This photo was shot as part of the Renita series that I showed a few days ago. Here I wrapped her in the fire, then stepped to the side (see the fire leaving the frame on the right) then I had the flash already in my other hand. And Flash! Stop the exposure, done.
|Canon 5D Mark IV Camera Settings:|
|F13 Canon EF 24-105mm @ 105mm|
Thank you Renita and Zach for paving the road and motivating me. On Instagram, you find them with the following handle andromeda_fyre & zshtx
Renita is a long time fire artist and Zach has been using fire for his photos. Here I can bring together what I learned to Fire Light Painting Portraits.
Stay tuned for more.
I hope it was informative and maybe also inspirational. If you have more questions please do not hesitate. I am happy to share my knowledge.
Gunnar Heilmann Photogrpahy
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