10 Best Levitation Photography Tutorial and Examples

Levitation or floating in the air is thought to be impossible by many. In reality, this is very much possible and the only requirement is that you need to have total confidence in yourself, with a strong belief of achieving it. Also, rest your hopes on Photoshop as you can obtain levitation photography with this cheap but powerful tool.

This article touches upon the top 10 levitation photography tutorials and examples. You can always find tons of examples on levitation photography on the web. All you gotta do is carry out some amount of research work before mastering the art of levitation photography. Defying gravity has been easy for levitation photographers, who with their skills and hard work come up with images that are hard to forget.

1. Floating without boundaries


Image source: Kylie Woon

This is a quick shot without any meaning and has some flying hair and levitation to make it appear interesting. The door appears somewhat disturbing and the top of the hand seems to be missing. However, it’s still a stunning work.

2. Zero gravity


This image called Zero gravity, created by Nikolay Tikhomirov-a Moscow based photographer- is a dramatic portrait beautiful female figures drifting casually into the air whilst the things surrounding them remain static.

3. A mysterious levitation photo


This mysterious levitation photo, created by Dewayne Tures looks utterly complicated. However, in reality it has been created using simple, yet brilliant techniques.

4. An alternate route


An alternate route is a dazzling work by Brooke Shaden and has been created with an extremely natural feel. It’s an effect which can be created by very few photographers. Brooke Shaden is a conceptual photographer living and residing in Arizona.

5. Andrew Otten Photography


This photography by Andrew Otten is not at all difficult. The things you require for creating such an image are camera, flash, tripod, milk crate, ladder, chair, box and an editing software.

6. At water level


At Water Level, which has been shot by ChelseyLeBlanc is a brilliant composition. The reflection looks great and the ripples give a realistic look to the levitation effect. Chelsey is based in New Brunswick, Canada and is  conceptual photographer.

7. Levitation Photography by Kait Dean


This image created by Kait Dean and fellow photographer Jayce created this mesmerizing effect with an old telescope. The duo recently lunched  photography group on Facebook which you may like to check out.

8. Broken Wings


Broken Wings by Jenny Jacobson is simply outstanding. She got the idea while walking around one day when her eyes caught the attention of the wings of  a semi-decomposed bird among the leaves and on the ground. She then took three shots to create a woman with wings working hard to fly off from a tree stump.

9. Defying gravity


It’s rare to find out people defying gravity and climbing on walls, but Stu Mayhew has created this wonderful effect. It’s a creative shot which shows that life without gravity can sometimes be amazing.

10. Sugar and Spice

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This work created by Rachel Marie Smith  has levitation applied to the simple activity of life and yet looks magical.

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