BRING LIFE TO YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY WITH VAPEFUL EFFECT!
Eco-Friendly- proven to be earth-friendly or not harmful to the environment
- Takes off in gorgeous clouds of color, creating a dreamy backdrop that's completely ethereal
- A totally safe grenade that emits a non-toxic colored smoke that fills the air and creates breathtaking photos.
- You can choose from every color imaginable, tailoring a smoky effect to your personality
- Smoke bombs designed and made for a perfect celebratory cheer.
- 100% brand new and quality guaranteed
- The first choice for movies, television, commercial, commercial and digital photography
Fog and smoke can be a wonderfully creative tool for giving your photos and video footage some atmosphere. Both figuratively and literally.
Smoke can be difficult to master and capture in a photograph. Smoke has a mind of its own, and its environment changes its behavior immensely. But the effort that goes into these kind of photos is worthwhile when the conditions all come together and you get an exciting image.
Smoke bomb has always been a weapon of choice for many photographers who wants to add soft, dreamy, whimsical, surreal and some time dark & horror effect to their work.
AND THIS VAPEFUL EFFECT WOULD BE ONE GREAT ADDITION TO ANY PHOTOGRAPH!
Even if you just have a smartphone, you can still make awesome photos as long as you know what you’re doing. Smoke bomb photography is unique, relatively easy to do, and creates exciting and unique photo effects. Smoke bombs can turn an ordinary day into a surreal and dramatic event.
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HOW LONG DO THEY LAST?
You’ll want to be photo-ready—the longest ones last about 90 seconds! And once you pull the trigger, it takes up to 10 seconds to fully release.
CAN YOU USE SMOKE BOMBS AT NIGHT?
Yes! In fact, the effect can be REALLY cool. Just make sure you have some good backlighting to capture the mood.
WHAT ABOUT SAFETY?
Be aware of high winds and inhaling the smoke. You should also consider crowds and highly flammable areas. Bring a metal bucket to drop used smoke bombs and a bottle of water to make sure they’re fully extinguished. You should be in an open area outdoors and avoid any areas that are overly dry and susceptible to catching fire.
WHAT SHOULD I SAY TO MY PHOTOGRAPHER?
See if your photographer has worked with smoke bombs before! There are a few tricks of the trade and ideas they may have to capture that perfect shot. You can even do a few practice rounds before lighting the plumes! If you have any photos for inspiration (ahem, plenty of which are below!), be sure to send those over ahead of time.