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#1 Pali Rao

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Posted 24 June 2009 - 05:44 AM

Hi

I've been experimenting to get a haze effect similar to this:

http://www.davidmull...les/page6_2.jpg

and also like the attached file (background diffussion)

In both images, there is a nice diffused haze, but clarity in the rest of the scene.

I've been using a cheap oil based fog machine, but this creates a way too heavy output which can 'hang' in the air, and cloud the whole scene.

Also, as pointed out on this forum, my oil based fog machine causes bad throat irritation for a couple of days after.

Is there a hazer machine that people could recommend to achieve these effects, and is 'safe' (eg water based?)

The floor area of the studio the the hazer would need to fill is about 800 sq ft

I've done a bit of research which led me to this unit which can use water based fluid:

http://antari.com/Co...-400/hz400.html

Is this a good buy to achieve the effects Im after?

Thanks!

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