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    Lit with one alienbees strobe in front with fog around. Set to tungsten white balance for the blue.

    The fog machine was on the ground camera left behind him as he was facing the strobe. I pointed it so it sprayed diagonally towards the back. It was a short spray so it had time to disappate from his feet and curl up and around to get the smoke curls.

    DKunin Photography, napaeye, and 66 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Alan Spring  96 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot.... sinister!

    2. worm628 92 months ago | reply

      This shot is amazing, kinda gives me a chill just looking at it.

    3. Donna Francé 91 months ago | reply

      Ciao, sono amministratore di un gruppo chiamato Two Feet Under. Ci farebbe piacere aggiungere le tuo foto al gruppo.

    4. romeo_lorenzo 91 months ago | reply

      an awsome shot! love the outline.

    5. QGuilloryPhotoArt 91 months ago | reply

      sure cool.... this could be a m ovie poster for a horror film.... like a new morden poltergist..LOL... alomost looks like his back is to the camera looking into a TV set.

    6. Debbi in California 91 months ago | reply

      No setup? I would have loved to see where the fog macine was pointed..up from his feet?

    7. mortonphotographic 91 months ago | reply

      Theeeeeyyyyree Heeeeerrrree...

      Great shot!

    8. Debbi in California 91 months ago | reply

      Thank you (for info on fog machine placement)

    9. 91 months ago | reply

      sweet shot! I was sure you had gelled your lightsource... good idea to flip to tungsten white bal..

    10. patricksquire 91 months ago | reply

      If you want to modify the look of your fog, try building a "fog chiller". by reducing the tempreture of the fog you are able to control it's density and thus it's look.

      fog that is properly chilled with hang on the ground in spaces with a limited amount of airflow.

      cold cement or tile floors increase this effect.

      chilled fog will create a "footstep" effect when you walk through it, which looks great.

      I have always used a tupperware container and tons of bagged ice from the gas station for this effect. tin foil also helps.

      e-mail me with any questions about building one,, replace the + with the @ symbol.

      p.s. check out lifehacker for a great way to get some cheap AA batteries from a 6V lantern battery.

    11. lungstruck 91 months ago | reply

      Leave it to strobist to make me want to spend more money... very cool!

    12. Matt Reeve Photography 91 months ago | reply

      Here's another way to make the fog creep along the ground, A Fog Machine Chiller

    13. boofor420 91 months ago | reply

      I think I'm going to home depot this weekend!

    14. timpweb 91 months ago | reply

      nice.... and creepy

    15. xuisty 89 months ago | reply

      Muy Bueno y Creativo,saludos desde Mar del Plata,REPUBLICA ARGENTINA

    16. Lloyd K. Barnes Photography 73 months ago | reply

      Cool effects!
      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Beautiful Light - by Invitation, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    17. Jim Barry Photography 58 months ago | reply

      Fantastic work! Outstanding!

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