Smoke photography


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heckcare.der

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My first time shooting on smoke. I know my shots are not as good compared to most of you. So please give me your C&C. They are most precious for improvement. :)

All shots are 1/60 ISO100.

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Kavana

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no. 4 and no. 6 is sweet! Awesome work!
 

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I like #1. It is really nice.:thumbsup:

I have always wanted to take pictures of smoke, but then have no idea how to go about doing it. Would you be kind enuf to share with me?
 

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the colours are great! would u like to share how u did this.
 

kcuf2

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omg... if these pics are not nice, i wonder wat is nice :dunno:

how do u do the colours for the smoke?
 

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This seemed to have a little loss on the form and fluidity compared to the others but as my imagination ran wild with it, there seems to be a hooded figure floating about, towards the left half portion of the picture, when the concentration of the smoke is the thickest.

I wonder if anyone sees it.

:bigeyes:
 

Elgaris

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If you're a religious person you should know where this smoke comes from ;)
 

bend geez

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My first time shooting on smoke. I know my shots are not as good compared to most of you. So please give me your C&C. They are most precious for improvement. :)

All shots are 1/60 ISO100.

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Freakin cool.. how to make those colours?
 

swordman

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Nice work man!! :thumbsup: what type of incense are you using? seems to generate a big amount of smoke...

What sort of lightings did you use for these shots?
 

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