Silky, Sultry, and Smokin’ Hot — A Smoke Photography How-to

When you first see the swooping, curling, technicolor tendrils in Graham Jefferey’s work, you can’t help but wonder how he can manage to make ordinary gray smoke so beautiful.

Our pal Haje recently collaborated with Graham on a piece that delves into all the details: the lighting, the exposure, the best way to create the right kind of smoke, even the photoshop work needed to create the effect.

Unconvinced? Flip through Graham’s examples and you’ll be fired up to make your own!

A Smoke Photography How-to

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