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Haze in a can
Photographers have long lugged around fog machines, dabbled with pyrotechnics, and experimented with dry ice with the aim of capturing streams of directional light in their images. But, with a new aerosol product brought into New Zealand for the first time, it’s never been easier. Atmosphere Aerosol can be spritzed into your shot with little fuss, and, being smaller than a typical 70–200mm lens, it fits in any camera bag. It’s safe, non-toxic, and clear, and, when sprayed, a small non-harmful amount of gas propels the spray and quickly dissipates, leaving the haze in the air. One eight-ounce can holds about as much as a can of hairspray, and will spray continuously for about five-and-a-half minutes. The haze will linger for several moments, and, in an environment with limited air movement, it’ll hang around for hours. For examples of the product in action, check out Atmosphere Aerosol on Instagram (@atmosanz), or visit atmosphereanz.co.nz.