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How To Photograph Really Cool Fire-Themed Photos

From dramatic action shots to softly lit portraits, here are 5 awesome photo tips on how to shoot fire.

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Fun photo technique creators, COOPH, have put together a really exciting photo tutorial on how to photograph fire. 

Commenting on the new video tutorial, the COOPH team said: "We thought of some fun and creative ways to get explosive results without the Hollywood-sized budget!"


Match on fire


Hit 'play' on the short 3-minute video then take a look at the awesome example shots below for even more inspiration. If you do have a go yourself, please do share your awesome with us in our gallery

The topics covered include:


1. Creating a story with props (mainly matches with faces)

Have fun with props



2. Capturing a timelapse of melting candles

Candle timelapse


3. Making a fireball (please be VERY careful)

Fireball portrait



4. Shooting candlelit portraits 

Candlelit portrait



5. Creating your own action photos with toy cars and flames

Action shots with toy cars


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If you've not quite got your creative fill yet, have a look at these tutorials also put together by the COOPH team: 

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