Smoke Photography And Smoke Art

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  • 1. 35 × Elegant Smoke Photographs Magicnikon Dry ice was put in the bottle to get this great image. Hughes Léglise-Bataille
  • 2. Selva Morales Ibai Acevedo Larrañaga
  • 3. Alberich Mathews Wonderful fantasy image.
  • 4. italian.meatball Frances Dre
  • 5. icewomanfirst moczkos
  • 6. Corica No HDR in use. Wolfgang Schlegl
  • 7. olvwu Greg Cope
  • 8. brents pix Howya
  • 9. cubanito ubierno
  • 10. lapebo
  • 11. Mohammad Moniruzzaman Stephan Bollinger
  • 12. Lumendipity StarGazer Smoke from a small piece of dry ice looks like a mini-hurricane.
  • 13. Alfredo M. Montesdeoca
  • 14. Terry McCormick
  • 15. Kalamakia G. Chorus
  • 16. Alicia en Sheffield
  • 17. Stuck in Customs
  • 18. e20ci
  • 19. Tony Hopkinson The smoke that’s produced in explosive interaction with electricity: [via] Mehmet Ozgur
  • 20. Josh Beeman puma100
  • 21. Lamont Hardy Experiment with a lightbulb’s filament. Dubi Feiner
  • 22. 25 × Smoke Art Eddie Mayda Roll-Up by Eddie Mayda. “Fluid and aerodynamics are technical interests of mine. It is so entertaining to be able to combine my technical side with a little bit of art. The forms that result from a simple stick of burning incense defy the imagination… and catching them is a sport!” Jay PH
  • 23. Will Cook
  • 24. Steve Wampler
  • 25. dxsibo Mehmet Ozgur Stunning image of smoke shaped in Photoshop to resemble a woman. This technique is often referred to as “smoke sculpture.”
  • 26. J.Auchinleck Great image made by layering pictures of smoke and mirroring them to make it symmetrical. Ceekybikerboy Blue waves of smoke.
  • 27. Paul C Anderson
  • 28. Larry Grace Beautifully symmetrical smoke photograph.
  • 29. Sdx76 Per Zangenberg This natural smoke wisp looks like a torso.
  • 30. CowGummy Greypaw
  • 31. Mehmet Ozgur Lumendipity