“Firestarter” by travelingroths
The theme for this week can be interpreted in many ways. You could take the opportunity to make an image of the men and women who fight fires, or of a fire truck racing down the street.
“color fire” by icopythat
“Jeff – City of Durham Engine #2″ by Brett Arthur Donar
Since fire is an excellent light source, you could also make images using just the light of a candle, or just the light of a campfire.
“Candle light” by Alesa Dam
Or try some long exposure shots to capture fire in motion:
“Fire & Water” by axelkess
“The Entertainer’s World” by Johan J.Ingles-Le Nobel
Stay safe, and have fun! As always post your best shot and share with the Photo Challenge Community. Participating in the 2013 Photo Challenge is fun and easy. Post and share your images with the Photo Challenge Community on Google+, Facebook,or Flickr.
"Fire Butterfly", by Jeff Kubina
Today’s theme for the 2009 Challenge is FIRE.
Photographing fire can be fun, but dangerous. Make sure you’re careful out there! You can be the citizen-journalist, and respond to a local fire related emergency. Capturing an incident like this can even sometimes get you in the local paper. Just make sure it’s because you took the best photo, not because you got too close.
If you can’t find the time or the opportunity to catch something huge and dramatic, just simply spend some time shooting a candle.
"Fire Spinning", by Eric Hamilton
Once you’re ready to submit your work to Flickr, you’ve got to do two important things. First, make sure you tag your photos correctly; “2009challenge″. Also, if you haven’t already, join the PhotoChallenge group on Flickr. Then, submit each day’s photo to the group’s pool.
"Light My Fire 1", by Daniel Y. Go