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Foggers and Smoke Machines

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Wisconsinart
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Message posted at 11/16/2012, 22:26:13 PM by Wisconsinart
So I'm doing a little homework and looking at work of other photographers and find some great images with smoke.

Quick internet search and I'm finding smoke machines and foggers starting for under $30. The expensive models probably have greater output for longer periods of time. No problem, I have a small space and don't need to run a fogger for a three hour party.

I think I will get one but would like to see what others have to say. I am curious regarding water-based and oil-based models. Without knowing anything, I would think water-based is better, I don't want to be washing a layer of oil off everything every two months.

Thanks for any information from those more experienced than I.
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15

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Nospmisk
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Message posted at 11/16/2012, 23:05:30 PM by Nospmisk
I agree about getting a water base. Got a link?
Canon Body, Sigma Glass, Canon Strobes, Adobe Creative Cloud

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Rolmat
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Message posted at 11/17/2012, 04:20:58 AM by Rolmat - member is an admin
thread_33000...

Congrats, Wisconsinart! :P


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Wisconsinart
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Message posted at 11/17/2012, 07:20:15 AM by Wisconsinart

Originally posted by Rolmat:
Quoted Message: thread_33000...Congrats, Wisconsinart! :P


Can you guys send me a smoke machine instead of the ipad? :-)
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15

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