One of the most awesomely unexpected trends of the year has been the use of color smoke bombs in photography
(A/N: Auras appear smoky, though at first they're just a glow around the body. During the Rite, smoke also appears out of the skulls and consumes the thirteen-year-old. The smoke later forms their familiar.
The Smoke Photography of Jared Tyler
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The implied vertical lines in this image force the viewer's eyes up along the contours of the neck and face, into the free moving smoke.
rockabye, baby dont you cry
sometimes her teleportation leaves behind a cloud of pink smoke (it would be more of a dark magenta color)
Brett Photo / Color Photography by Martin Beuhof
Brian Crippe is a talented self taught photographer based in Portland, Oregon, USA. He shoots a lot of street, urban, landscape and cityscape photography.
minus the railroads bc that's cliche af, but smoke and a lantern would be wicked
Bryan Adam Castillo is a self taught photographer based in Tucson,Arizona. He started photography about a year ago. Bryan shoots a lot of travel photography
what kind of smoke bomb is this? So cool! - Maybe in school colors?
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