Building Markings and Rescues
A fire photographer on fireground photography
The department was alerted to the possibility of a fire in the area and proceeded to investigate.
Looking at the fire conditions from a photographer’s perspective.
Watch this and begin to consider your own work as the second-in company.
A brief look at two different tools in the toolbox.
Response and arrival at this small taxpayer job.
Recent first-person views and why we should push for good editing.
Relying blindly on technology without incorporating behavioral changes is like giving an M40 to someone who has never fired a rifle in their lives and expecting them to put every round in the 10-ring. It’s not going to happen.
Just before he presses the button on his handie-talkie the EMS duty officer reaches out to him, “Check this out, Ladder 104 Can, he’s spiked his heart rate and respiration.”