24/365 – Smoke Screens

I have had this idea in my head (title and all) for quite a few weeks, and finally got around to it. More to come for sure, I had a tough time deciding on one.

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29 thoughts on “24/365 – Smoke Screens

    • Hahaha of course! It was actually really simple. I just put a smoke bomb in each of the glass containers that you see in the picture, and lit them all and then took a bunch of pictures. All of the smoke bombs were green, and I had a window cracked open to create more movement in the smoke. I hope that all makes sense?

    • I did this with yellow as well, I will be sharing those soon I think. And I would for sure suggest putting the smoke bombs in a container if you are doing it inside at all. Best of luck!

    • I didn’t actually make these ones, I just bought them. I know there are tons of tutorials and youtube videos out there that can show you how to make them though.

    • Not very long at all. It has been a while since I have used them, but if I remember correctly the super intense smoke is only there for 10-15 seconds maybe. You definitely have to work quick, especially if there is any air movement.

  1. For lighter, longer lasting smoke, try stick incense-sawdust based give off different smoke than charcoal based. No pretty colors, though, unfortunately.

    • I don’t mind at all! But I didn’t make the smoke bombs, if that is what you are referring to. In terms of the photograph in general, I just placed a small smoke bomb in each jar and then lit them all. Very simple really.

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