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  1. Hi, Looking at shooting a day interior 'kung fu' fight in this location. Director would like some haze for atmos. Due to the numerous set ups, I'm thinking to constantly 'haze up' this location, might slow the shoot down. Also, the warehouse isn't sealed, so I'm thinking a draft will quickly remove the haze. There are sky lights there, but they they are so old that they are covered up like they have diff over them, so there goes the shafts of light. Questions are, 1), is it feasible to haze up this location? 2), how many hazers would cover the area? Thanks
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