How To Use Smoke To Assist Your Story

INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON:  7:15 Minutes of movie clips to assist the Instruction

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN:  Using the right filtration to impose a mood, create a style, encapsulate a time period or just to cream a woman’s skin can be a very powerful visual tool. In this lesson I wanted to go into some of the diffusions that I use to do all of these. By using visual examples and showing you before and after footage, my Elite Team and I will take you through the art of diffusion. This is not just using glass, which is my least favorite of all diffusions. Think more organic, texture, and working with the atmosphere.  SMOKE IT UP!!!!

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Heroshot 26 days ago

Hi Shane! I saw the clip of “act of valor” and I would like to know, how do you realize the shot in “smooth” POV with the rifle in the hand?

    • Shane Hurlbut, ASC    26 days ago

      @Heroshot Hi Heroshot, It was mounted to the SEAL's helmet and they move so smooth that we were able to use it all the time. Controlled movements is their mantra