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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 31 - 2020
Levitation tricks

Levitation tricks

Levitation is a currently trending style of photography, one of the pioneers being the Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi. The technique is really quite simple. All you need is jump up, and have the photograph taken as the subject is in mid air. Besides the jump style, what must be paid attention to is the expression on the subject’s face. Here is an easier way to achieve a levitation photograph using the help of Adobe Photoshop, while having your feet on the ground. This photoshop technique is also known as the montage technique.

What you’ll need are: a camera, a tripod, a shutter release controller, a chair, and the Adobe Photoshop software. Read the rest of this entry »

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