How to do Levitation Photography





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Published on Aug 17, 2011

Wingardium Leviosa! Levitate with Kai using photography magic.
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We got sent a link recently to a website called yowayowacamera.com and were quite inspired by some of the shots she did. Her works involves ""Levitation Photography"", which is basically shots that make the subject look like they are floating in mid air. Kai, who should've been doing something else decided to go out to try it for himself.

Visit: yowayowacamera.com

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Comments • 3,180

Irvin Gomez
Chinese guy with a British accent?... oh my
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Benjamin Rosseland
Better method: Find the place where you want someone or something to levitate, take a picture with only the place, not the things that are going to levitate. Make sure you use a tripod and dont move it. Next, use a chair or ladder and make the levitating thing or person stand on it, take a picture, make sure you havent moved your camera since the first picture. Then go on the computer, put both pictures into Photoshop and paint away the object you used to stand on, or the thing stood on. There you go, levitation photography, much simpler.
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Alex S.
i feel like it would be easier to just take a video, pause on the right spot and have a screenshot off that
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Ridiculous Anus lmao
Tarif Anzum
why don't you shoot on continuous shooting and then one of them SHOULD come out well
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David Hill
Omg she is beautiful
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Steiner Sound studios
ridiculous anus XD
Ramraj G
omg, she's so cute!!! _
Stefan Couri
tripod is pretty adorable
Alexander T.
harry potter weaboo edition
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