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    can share how do you guys eliminate hazy foggy image when shooting in night clubs? any filters or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zart29 View Post
    can share how do you guys eliminate hazy foggy image when shooting in night clubs? any filters or something?
    An air filter might work. But it will take a while to clean up the air there.

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    ya rite. i will ask someone blow all the air would be better.

    anyway.. thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by zart29 View Post
    ya rite. i will ask someone blow all the air would be better.

    anyway.. thanks for the info
    Hope you understand what I am trying to say. No filter can do what you asked. The haze is from smoke from the bloody smoke machines. Nothing you can do to clear it from the camera end.

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    i appreciate your help in the way of your explanation. im even grateful with your final polite answer. i was just askin if theres any magic filter for this situation.. ok will get out from that smoke machine

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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    An air filter might work. But it will take a while to clean up the air there.

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    seriously there are no filters.

    MRC - no
    CPL - no
    GND - no
    SLIM - no

    however, this might work - use a longer exposure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zart29 View Post
    can share how do you guys eliminate hazy foggy image when shooting in night clubs? any filters or something?
    Make the haze/fog work for you instead of against you. There's no way you're gonna get rid of the haze/fog in clubs unless you get into very specialized IR flash/filtration systems which may only be partly helpful.

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    Default Re: party photography

    as mentioned by DM

    strong directional coloured lights comes to mind
    how about a fan

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    Will off camera flash help in this situation? Cos I am wondering if it is the same as diving underwater. Using off camera flash will prevent reflection caused by planktons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zart29 View Post
    can share how do you guys eliminate hazy foggy image when shooting in night clubs? any filters or something?
    shoot in Infrared,

    infrared wave are known able to penetrate haze and smoke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    shoot in Infrared,

    infrared wave are known able to penetrate haze and smoke.
    Sunpak had a dedicated infrared hammerhead flash. One or two might turn up on the bay.

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