Red Bull Photography recently assimilated a village with a accurate code form of their own. This partnership isn’t only about extraordinary photography — it’s also about extraordinary stories. Behind each shot on Red Bull Photography is a gifted photographer, a furious story, and a few lessons learned. We’ll be revelation those stories each week here on 500px ISO and a Red Bull Photography website.

Over a subsequent 4 weeks, we’re going to be featuring epic movement shots that constraint a planet’s Four Elements—Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire. Plus, we also wish to give a implausible Red Bull photographers behind these photos a shoutout. Next adult is a Third Element of a Week…Fire! Scroll down for a monumental collection of impassioned photos that constraint sports that engage glow and smoke.

Escape a glow by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Vasya Luk'Yanenko peforming in a Stainless plan in Zaporizhia, Ukraine. by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Przemek Pawlicki on glow by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Marcel Hirscher behaving during Reiteralm, Austria. by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Colorful dream by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Dawid Godziek performs a barspin in Suszec, Poland. by Red Bull Photography on 500px

On theatre by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Vasya Luk'Yanenko during a Stainless plan in Zaporizhia, Ukraine. by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Ring of glow by Red Bull Photography on 500px

Marcelo Gutierrez competing during Ride into a Earth in Zipaquira, Colombia. by Red Bull Photography on 500px

To see some-more epic photos, revisit Red Bull Photography on 500px!

Article source: https://iso.500px.com/4-elements-action-photography-part-3-4-fire-sports/

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