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    Using an oil based hazer seems unnecessary for small indoor shoots. There are going to be pluses and minuses of any system one uses. If you're trying to do a large space, the oil based is going to stay together in the air longer. You have the drawback of leaving a film on everything. For a smaller shoot like this, a cheaper water based "haze" machine is going to serve the purpose just as well. You'll need to spend a few extra minutes putting more haze back into the scene every once in a while, but on many shoots this really isn't going to be an issue.

    Btw, the shoots look good. Very subtle.
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    This one was just for fun. Imagine Close Encounters of the Third Kind...

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