FIRE PERFORMER Photography
Here you will find a growing collection of Adrian Feliciano's
Fire Performer Photography Tips and Techniques.
Fire and Flow Artist Photography
Adrian has been photographing flow artists, in particular fire performers, as a specialty since 2010. As a photojournalist, in 2011 he produced media for a local publication's feature story documenting fire performers in Western Massachusetts. He's been photographing fire spinners and flow artists, ever since.
It is always a pleasure to work with Liz Arruda of Apogee Flow Toys. She is serious about running her business, professional, and a wonderful friend to collaborate with. We make some fun art together!
In Part 3 of this Blog Series on Improving Fire Performer Photography, I present to you the Four Fundamentals of Basic Rifle Marksmanship. Wait, whaaaaaaat?
I met with my flow artist friend Shayna for an epic portrait photography session. The first real photo session with a wall of fire as the background. How did we do?
In Part Two of How to Improve Photography of Fire Performers, we go from the photographer's perspective as a photojournalist to improving awareness on the performer as priority through Safety Third and Consent Always. Read for more.
Improving photography of fire performers requires an understanding of how concepts in photojournalism are used to create a powerful image.