Dry for wet

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Dry for wet is a film technique in which smoke, colored filters, and/or lighting effects are used to simulate a character being underwater while filming on a dry stage. Fans and slow motion can be used to make hair or clothing appear to float in the current. In recent years, it has become possible to digitally add rising bubbles in post-production, heightening the realism.

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  1. ^ The Hunt for Red October (1990) - Trivia
  2. ^ The Spirit (2008) - Trivia