I’ve been interested in photographic special effects since I was a kid, but levitation photography is one of the things that has, up until now, remained on my list of things to try. After doing some research online, it seems as though the three most popular methods for achieving the levitation effect are: Continue reading “Levitation Photography Project”
Part of my ongoing series of bodyscape studies utilizing simple lighting arrangements to sculpt and accentuate specific aspects of the female form, this image took second place in studio light category of the 2011 Seeing the Light lighting photo contest and was featured in the September 2011 issue of Rangefinder Magazine.
This is the latest in my ongoing bodyscape project. Aside from the obvious reasons for enjoying this type of project, I particularly like the challenge of trying to create something fresh and bold while maintaining (I hope) a sense of tasteful beauty.
Part of my ongoing bodyscape exploration project, this image was especially fun to create. Simple lighting combined with a great model and a lot of micro-tweaking of body parts resulted in a shot that we were both thrilled to see come to life.