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  1. I'm preparing to film portions of a miniature ship 1/35 scale. It's on fire, and about time of dusk. I am making full scale plates for the fire and smoke effects, but it would be nice to have some actual smoke as well. Is there a kind of smoke effect that would look sufficiently large and billowy to work on a miniature ? If necessary it could be slow motion but only to say 64 fps.
  2. Hello, Anybody have any tips for shooting miniature sets made to look normal size? From some research, I've found shooting with a wide macro lens at a deep stop will help. Also, using a small sensor camera. Any other suggestions? Thanks Michael
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