Tag Archives: fire photography

DLSR vs. Camera PhoneFireground Photography Pros and Cons

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A brief look at two different tools in the toolbox.

Buffing in BuffaloLloyd Mitchell with Two Houses Working

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Conditions were so bad that the arriving companies went defensive right away.

“Busy in Brooklyn”Lloyd Mitchell Photography

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“That yellow police tape was up. You know the one that makes us to want to get closer to the action.”

“No Sleep Till Brooklyn” Lloyd Takes in Two-Alarm Fire with TL.157

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“Using All Hands; Fire in a commercial garage. Extra Engine and Truck. Fire is “Doubtful.””

How I Operate on the FiregroundLloyd Mitchell Photography

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I shoot with two Nikon bodies, D90 and D7000 and with an ISO of 400 to gain the maximum amount of color.

“Expect Fire”Salisbury, Md. Crew Catches Job On Way To Quarters

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“Hey! Is that smoke over there?”

“No Sleep Till Brooklyn”Lloyd Mitchell on Fire Photography

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Young photographer shares his view on the “art” of firefighting.

“No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn”Lloyd Mitchell Takes in DeKalb Ave. HazMat

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Lloyd takes in a hazardous materials call in the borough of fire.

“No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn”Lloyd Mitchell’s FDNY Photography

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Some of those who depict the job the best aren’t even on the job.

Images from Leslie Collapse, MaydayCourtesy Michigan Fireground

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10 injured. For some, that’s two companies. For others, it’s half the department.

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