Shoot For The Stars

© Sara B Coffey

Shoot For The Stars

Uploaded: February 19, 2018 | Entered: March 07, 2018 17:05:01

Description

Levitation photography can either be the appearance of a stable object not supported by visible means combining several images or as in this case, the illusion of an unsupported subject in a single image. I have been wanting to try these perspective images like the ones done on sidewalks for some time now. I tried several ideas this week, & lastly came up with this one of bringing the sidewalk indoors. I used a blue background screen on the floor & glow in the dark stars & a cut-out moon. Lighting was an ocf & several light stands w/ 100 watt cfl's. Getting enough light on her and still look like the night sky was a challenge. I added star twinkles in the background and motion blur in PSE.


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