The most creative & unique Smoke Bomb Photos on LLF
Creative Smoke Bomb Photos
There is certainly a huge trend going on in the photography world at the moment. Smoke Grenade Pictures can be seen everywhere as photographers, in particular, set their neighborhoods on fire with colorful smoke.
Boring backdrops can turn into a vibrant and artistic element of every image, especially when combined with the right light. Therefore smoke bombs turned into a valuable gadget in most photographers bags.
What makes them so versatile is the fact that you can use them for most types of photography. For instance Wedding Photos, Engagement Photos & Family Photos are the obvious choices. But they also work great in Maternity Photography, Kids Photography or even Double Exposure Photography.
Adrienne Baez – www.wild-freephotography.com
Agne Katmandu – www.facebook.com/agnekatmandu
Ashley Herek – www.instagram.com/ashleyherekphotography
Bailey Elizabeth Weigler – www.opalonyxphotography.com
Carolina Marie Segre Hoyer – www.carolinasegre.com
Chelsea Warren – www.instagram.com/Chelseawarrenphotography
Cornel Spoiala – www.instagram.com/cornelspoiala
How to use them?
Smoke Grenades are fairly easy to use. In fact, all you need to do is pull a string and that’s it. You should, however, be aware that the smoke can be very hard to control sometimes. The wind can be truly a huge problem on the one hand.
Blowing away all of your smoke to one side for example. No wind at all, on the other hand, can be nasty as well as it can get very hard to breathe once you are really trapt in the smoke.
For this reason, just be sure where the wind is coming from and wait for the perfect timing before you start the smoke grenade. So that you can use the short timeframe that you have wisely.
Christy Morgan – www.christymorganphotography.com
Dave Honegger – www.daveho.ch
Emily Easton – www.instagram.com/basicallyemilyphoto
Erika Brooke Franta – www.Instagram.com/erika_brooke
Erika Trivett – www.instagram.com/apkephotography
Jennifer Sanchez – www.dimplesanddaisiesphotography.co.uk
Jessica Louise – www.instagram.com/i.am.jess.louise
Jessica Young – www.jessicayoungphotog.com
Jill Puryear Leaming – www.jilliansaraphotography.com
Lauren Mc Gee – www.litphotographyni.com
Where to get them?
You should check your local camera stores if they have some in stock or just browse through amazon or google. After all there are multiple versions of smoke grenades that can be bought. We will do some testing in the near future to check and see which smoke bombs are the best for your photos.
Mic Panic – www.instagram.com/mic.panic
Pierre Atelier – www.pierreatelier.com
Sara Holt Whittaker – www.pinkfeatherphotography.com
Shreya Singh – www.stillsandsphotography.com
Tara Burnett – www.Instagram.com/taraglennphotography
Tashamae Cline – www.tashaclinephotography.com
Virag Meszaros – www.virdzsophoto.hu
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THIS BLOG POST WAS WRITTEN BY:
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – MATTHIAS JAWORSKI