21 Brilliant Examples of Using Mist, Dust and Smoke in Portraiture | Light Stalking

21 Brilliant Examples of Using Mist, Dust and Smoke in Portraiture

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If you're looking to create a sense of atmosphere in a portrait photograph, an effective option can be to add smoke, mist or dust in combination with directional lighting. The results can be great. Check out some of these great examples and share your own efforts in the comments section!

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