Photography

On Fire: The Firefighters of France

A collection of the best portraits and smoking shots from the wildly popular French firefighter calendars, personally selected by creator Fred Goudon.

A sensual, sexy homage to firefighters, this new volume spotlights the proud members of fire squads from all over France, who have discarded their helmets and gear to flash their best smiles and flex their muscles. Personally selected and beautifully shot by photographer Fred Goudon, the candid images from the popular 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 calendars offer readers the chance to fulfill their fantasies by discovering what these Gallic hunks look like underneath it all. Smoldering black-and-white and equally stunning color pictures uncover these everyday heroes in various states of undress, whether training and preparing for the call of duty or captured in gripping, intimate portraits. With their sculpted bodies on full display, this visual celebration of the masculine form, bravery, and spirited camaraderie is bound to raise the temperatures of photography aficionados everywhere.

About The Author

Fred Goudon is a French photographer. His work has focused on the male form for over twenty years, and he is notably the photographer of the Firefighters and Dieux du Stade calendars, the latter featuring tantalizing portraits of international rugby stars.

  • Publish Date: February 16, 2021
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Photography - Subjects & Themes - Nudes
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 9-1/4 x 13
  • Pages: 144
  • US Price: $55.00
  • CDN Price: $75.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-6852-0

Reviews

"Steaming hot, and is it any wonder? Renowned photographer, Goudon, who has captured many a great athlete (see his Dieux du Stade calendars) now focuses his lens exclusively on the delicious firefighters of France. A handsomely curated collection of both black and white, and color pictures that ring homoerotic, but are sure to stimulate all." —INDULGE

"...features a variety of absolutely stunning specimens who put their life on the line for people every single day all while looking fine as hell in the process." —INSTINCT

"We all understand the importance of first responders and especially firefighters, in a time of need. Shot in France, this is bound to raise the temperature, of photography aficionados everywhere, of these good men doing good deeds to help those most in need." —SOCIETY DIARIES 

"With their sculpted bodies on full display, this visual celebration of the masculine form, bravery, and spirited camaraderie is bound to raise the temperatures of photography aficionados everywhere." —METROSOURCE