It's getting obvious that I love playing with smoke in my personal work. It seems I've delved with every type and variation possible with it over the past 12 months; traditional smoke machines, coloured smoke bombs, coloured dust powders, DIY fog chillers and now dry ice.
I was never interested in utilising dry ice until I realised it makes the most effective way of creating plumes of heavy fog. So the idea was to pick up $30 worth of dry ice on the way to Glenrock, and shoot our beautiful model Mia against a wall or steep incline to give the fog something to slide on.
Tarese Klemens had the perfect dress for this simple, relatively impromptu organised shoot. And Maria Koster delivered amazing hair and makeup work as always.
Behind The Scenes
Unfortunately our camera phones took horrible behind the scenes images throughout the 2 hour shoot. We were literally shooting in extreme darkness, with the single modelling light our only source of light to see what we were even doing.