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25 Wedding Smoke Bombs Ideas And Tips To Use Them
Smoke bobs make amazing and bold photos, which is great for engagement sessions, fun getaways, or to add some color to your portraits, the effect is undeniable. Wanna use them for your pics but don’t know where to start? Here are some tips.
Be aware of high winds and inhaling the smoke. You should also consider crowds and highly flammable areas. Bring a metal bucket to drop used smoke bombs and a bottle of water to make sure they’re fully extinguished. You should be in an open area outdoors and avoid any areas that are overly dry and susceptible to catching fire.
Smoke bombs can stain and the sparks can also burn if you aren’t careful. Set them off in the distance and get some help from a vendor or friend. After setting the smoke bomb down, if you are 2-3 feet away and just standing in the smoke cloud, it should not stain your clothing or anything for that matter. They can stain the ground though if left on their sides. If you plan to use smoke bombs on your wedding day, we recommend doing a test run prior to the wedding day just to make sure the ones you bought don’t stain.
a beautiful wedding portrait with purple smoke bombs create an impression that there's nobody else here
a couple kissing in colorful smoke is a great and veyr emotional wedding portrait idea
a fantastic wedding portrait highlit with bright yellow smoke for a super original look
a gorgeous engagement photo of a couple in black standing in black smoke in a desert just wows
a gorgeous Halloween wedding photo done with red smoke is just jaw-dropping
a unique and bold bridal portrait done with green and purple smoke to make it magical
accent the moody theme and look of your wedding with appropriate smoke bombs, here graphite grey ones
add a colorful touch to your wedding portraits with colorful smoke bombs like here
Time Of Using
The longest smoke bombs last about 90 seconds! And once you pull the trigger, it takes up to 10 seconds to fully release, so be photo-ready when using them.
You can use them at night, too, in case you have some good backlighting to capture the mood.
bold red and grey smoke that creates a mood and an impression in the photo
bright coral smoke highlighting the couple and creatign an ambience in the space
bright red smoke makes the wedding portrait more romantic and bold making a simple space magical
bring a romantic pastel feel to the wedding portraits with blush and lavender smoke in the pic
burgundy smoke highlights the wedding location and helps to embrace the season - the fall
embrace your location with colorful smoke - here a lavender field is highlit with lavender smoke
everyone rocking colorful smoke bombs as a creative idea for a wedding exit
highlight the color and the mood with colorful smoke bombs like here - pink smoke and fuchsia blooms
highlight you two with bright coral smoke clouds that will make your couple stand out a lot
Working With Your Photographer
See if your photographer has worked with smoke bombs before! There are a few tricks of the trade and ideas they may have to capture that perfect shot. You can even do a few practice rounds before lighting the plumes!
highlight your favorite color or your color scheme with smoke bombs like here
light up the space and use smoke bombs to get unique wedding photos
orange smoke creates an impression of a sunrise in the desert and adds color to the photo
rainbow galore done with remind that this is a gay couple getting married - very symbolic
separate your couple from the rest of the space with a bright smoke cloud behind
set the world on fire with orange and pink smoke as a backdrop for your wedding pic
stand in a colorful smoke cloud and kiss - you won't need a better backdrop for that
stand in the bold and bright smoke clouds to be separated from the whole world