Smoke Grenade Photography: Tips and Tricks

Smoke Grenade Photography: Tips and Tricks

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Here is a how-to guide to smoke grenade or smoke bomb photography. Mostly we wanted to test out what worked and what didn’t so that we could translate that into a step by step guide. I think we have a handful of things here that will save you time and keep you safer on your first attempt. For a more detailed guide including more behind the scenes video, go to the article I wrote here:

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