How to Photograph Smoke

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8 Comments

  1. Ofir says:

    Wonderful post.
    You really inspired me.

    Thanks

  2. Angelique says:

    I think your teq works very well i’ve been struggling with this especially with the type of thing i have in mind. Wanted to say thank you though for all your advice I’m sure it’s helped & inspired alot of young photographers.. Thanx again

  3. Pamela says:

    Hi,

    Excellent post… Very helpfull and detailed :)

    One question.. how do you put the different color on the smoke? with some kind of light trick? or is it just post production??

    Thanks :P

  4. Mark says:

    Hi Pam,
    I believe that is the purpose of the “snoot”. Just Google it and it will explain how it works for you. :) I had to do it. hehe

    Mark

  5. olajide steve olatunbosun says:

    Photography leaning is a process. To be abreast you constant tutorial and personal experiment.
    All these I gain from this forum.
    Thanks a lot.
    Jide Steve O.

  6. ellie caputo says:

    Thank you for taking the time to write and share such a detailed tutorial. Very cool.

  7. shari says:

    does the room need to be dark or can it be done say in your living room during the day?

  8. simy says:

    Absolutely amazing pictures

    Very artistic

    A so simple things transformed in a pure beauty

    This is the powerful results when you join talents with today’s technology

    CONGRATULATIONS !

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