Smoke Bomb Photography

My daughter reluctantly agreed (and I say reluctantly because there was no smiling or any of that) to act as my model and let me take a few fall photos of her using Smoke Bombs. Why would anyone want to use smoke bombs for photography you ask? Well I for one will try just about any type of photography if I can and I love the colors and haze that surrounds my model.  I think it’s pretty cool and adds life to a session. You will definitely need an assistant, a few smoke bombs, a small pot to put it in, and a lighter (if it’s not the wire pull ones). This particular session was done at dusk in a secluded area of the woods because smoke bombs are stinky and lucky for us it wasn’t windy!

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