Natsumi Hayashi often creates unique photographs featuring herself levitating in some way.
This female Japanese photographer in Tokyo appears as if she’s airborne with such ease. Yet according to Hayashi, to create one of these photographs, she was willing to jump more than a hundred times to get that perfect photograph. Such a grueling, tiring work is so admirable; such dedication to achieve that perfect angle and moment.
Today’s Levitation, so it’s written. With the help of an assistant or a self-timer, she is able to create a photo effect of herself appearing to be floating in a café, a phone booth, or even on a sidewalk.
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