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#1 Ian Coad

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Posted 25 March 2009 - 07:02 PM

as a student i am used to seeing the rosco fogger and mole fogger more than anything else. however, my cinematography professor has on several occasions mentioned cracked oil. i will be shooting in a strip club and would love to have consistent fog throughout the half day of shooting we will be doing.

what are the different types of smoke fx available, and what can i expect to pay. i would love to also know what these types achieve as well as their pro's and cons.

thanks guys.

- ian.
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