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3di
11-11-2008, 10:45 AM
www.imagearc.com


Flames and Explosive Fire images online and ready for download.


We took a Pyrotechnics expert and a 24 megapixel camera and put them together in a fire safe studio.

Safety was the most important factor on the shoot, so it was essential to have the correct environment and skilled professionals on hand to limit any potential risks.



The result, a selection of 300+ amazing images, from gently burning flames to the explosive combustion of atomised fuel, all shots have been taken against black backgrounds so you can 'screen' them into your work with minimum re-touching involved.

Shooting at 24megapixel allowed us to capture full flame elements without the fire going out of shot, later when we crop out the black we are left with an extremely high resolution and perfectly whole image.




Image resolution up to 5500+ vertical pixels.




Please do a keyword search for 'fire' or check out the Fire category on the site itself.

www.imagearc.com

Fluckrat
11-11-2008, 01:27 PM
They're really nice, it's just a shame they don't move!

As a compositor collegue here just said: "It's like opening a Christmas present to find there's no batteries..."

buzzman
11-11-2008, 01:43 PM
They're really nice, it's just a shame they don't move!

As a compositor collegue here just said: "It's like opening a Christmas present to find there's no batteries..."

They are sequential image sequences to be used as a sprite sequence.

3di
11-11-2008, 02:07 PM
Hi
Sorry Guys they don't move, they are great for adding fire and explosion effects to stills work however and some are shot in sequence at about 5-8 frames per second.

At upto 5500 pixels high there also about as big as we have ever seen available.

Many Thanks

Ammarkk
11-12-2008, 08:29 AM
Thanks paul, Really this is very useful.

Mike Pauza
11-12-2008, 04:09 PM
Site seems to be down. Too much traffic? -Mike

3di
11-13-2008, 09:27 AM
Strange. The site was up all of yesterday and fine so far today, in fact we haven't had any problems at all. Please could you try again.

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