How to Make Your Own Haunted House Smokey & Spooky
September 02, 2020
How to Make Your Haunted House Smokey & Spooky.
Everyone loves a good haunted house, especially ones that are fun for all ages. Walking past spooky ghosts, scary pranks, or frightening skeletons. However with a pandemic how else are you going go to a haunted house? 3 words, Do-It-Yourself. Invite your friends and local kids to have a blast!
One thing you'll need is a cast. Multiple people in a variety of costumes to keep the "monsters" coming. Mad professors, ghouls, vampires, and maybe a few werewolves for more fright factor. Once your cast is all dressed up place them in their stations and most importantly be scary.
We all know nothing is spookier than walking down a dark alley or wandering through a foggy forest, but how to get that special effect? Smoke bombs. When setting up the haunted house have select areas be smokier to give that illusion. Our white colored smoke bomb works great for this! The smokes are non-toxic and last 90 seconds so everyone can experience the scare!
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Tis' the season to capture some cool shots and get creative! There's no better way to vamp up traditional holiday pictures than with a few holiday themed smoke bombs. Using smoke grenades as a backdrop or prop is an easy way to make your Christmas pictures look more festive.
Fall has arrived and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. With that comes pumpkin pie, way too much turkey, family get togethers, and the perfect opportunity for family and solo photo shoots. There's no better time to take moody pictures with autumn vibes!