San Francisco DLWS Day 2-PM
Has San Francisco welcomed us or what. Actually, SF Fire Department, Huse #34. My good bud Tim Pain arranged for us to photograph the heroes at the house who’s unique duties cover surf and cliff rescues. It was the greatest fun, the fire fighters tripping over themselves to first welcome us to the house and then to step in as models. This is probably one of the few places you’ll have a fire fighter in a wet suit for a model. Trish was great, standing there perfectly while at least 3000 shutter clicks were made. This is nowhere near the final shot Joe was setting up, but does give you a hint of the magic going on.
On behalf of the entire DLWS staff and gang, I want to thank Captain Mike for opening up the house to use, bringing in the ladder truck, setting up ropes and swimmers and studly fireman with axes and so much more. It was undoubtedly one of the best shoots we’ve ever done!
Photos by D3s, 24-70AFS on Lexar UDMA digital film