Welcome to NJFIREGROUNDPHOTOS.COM
Thank you for visiting NJ FIREGROUND PHOTOS. This site is owned and operated by Keith Addie. There are more than 20,000 fire service photos to be viewed. All photos on this site are protected and copyrighted by their respective owners. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use or reproduction of any photos is strictly prohibited without the photographer's verbal or written permission.
All photos with the exception of some contributing photographer's photos are offered for sale through the website at a reasonable price. In addition, digital downloads with license agreement for personal and commercial use are offered for sale. There are many sizes and finishes to choose from. I recommend the Lustre finish, which basically has the saturation of a glossy finish with the fingerprint resistance of a matte finish, but none of the glare associated with glossy prints. If you would like to have a color effect applied to a photo (Ex. black & white, sepia, etc.), please e-mail me with your request and I could upload the photo with the effect for you to order. Take notice that some cropping may occur when ordering certain size prints. I will proof all orders and manually crop photos where necessary to give you the best possible image.
If you would like to have a fire department event photographed (Memorial Services, Anniversary Dinners, Wet Downs, Training Evolutions, Etc.) or have your fire department photo or firefighter portraits taken, contact me via e-mail for details and availability.
**All photos are printed in a high quality photo lab and
shipped to you directly from SmugMug**
**WATERMARKS WILL NOT APPEAR ON PHOTOS WHEN PURCHASED**
Some of the photos on this website have been published in 1st RESPONDER Newspaper, FIRENEWS Newspaper, FIREHOUSE Magazine, FIRE ENGINEERING Magazine, NEW JERSEY FIRE Magazine, JERSEY FIREFIGHTERS Magazine, HOME NEWS TRIBUNE Newspaper and The STAR-LEDGER Newspaper.
If you have any questions or comments, contact me at email@example.com
THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT - ENJOY THE PHOTOS!!
**NJFIREGROUND PHOTOS is now on Facebook**
**NEW** Sayreville, NJ - 3-Alarm Structure Fire - 7090 Route 35 (January 10, 2020)
The website will be shut down on January 31st and the photos will no longer be available to view or purchase. If you would like to purchase a photo, it must be done by January 31st.
Again, thank you for your continued support for the past 10 plus years!
I regret to inform everyone who has been following my website for the past 10 plus years that as of February 1, 2020 the site will no longer be accessible, as it is being shut down. If you have noticed over the past couple of years, there has been a significant reduction in photos taken and displayed on the website. Unfortunately, due to a lack of time (and sometimes energy) I have not been able to venture out to fire scenes and photograph firefighters and apparatus in action. Although the passion of “fire photography” has not changed for me, the availability has, making it difficult to take new photos and keep the site updated and fresh.
I would like to thank all of my followers for their support in purchasing photos over the past 10 plus years, I hope you have enjoyed them. I have over 3,200 followers on my “njfiregroundphotos” Facebook page and could have as many as 500,000 plus views of photos on the site in a month during peak photo times. I hope all of you enjoyed viewing the photos, whether you purchased some or not.
I wanted to give everyone plenty of notice to view and purchase any photos they may want on the site. Once February 1, 2020 arrives, the site will no longer be viewable and obviously the photos will no longer be available for purchase.
Over the next three months, you may see new photos of incidents on the website if I am available to photograph the fire scene. After the three months, I will most likely keep the website Facebook page active in the event I should catch an incident to photograph. I will post some photos on that page if I should be available to respond and take photos, but it won’t be as many as when they were displayed on the website.
Again, I cannot thank everyone enough for their continued support for the website. I have met a lot of new people out on the fire scenes in different towns that sometimes were able to get me access to areas that allowed me to capture some of the best photos possible (I thank you for that).
It was a great run and I certainly enjoyed capturing some very unique photos, especially the up-close and personal photos of the firefighters doing what they do best… Stay safe out there and remember… “Everyone Goes Home…”