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Fast technique for making Photo Levitation

Fast Technique For Making Photo Levitation

Fast Technique For Making Photo Levitation

Fast technique for making Photo Levitation

Fast technique for making Photo Levitation  – Photo Levitation is a photo with the position of the body floating or flying without any tools. Many of them want   Levita photos with the best results, cool and unique. In general, making this  Photo Levitation  can use a digital camera (DSLR) or using an Android mobile phone, iPhone or the like.

Fast Technique For Making Photo Levitation

Fast Technique For Making Photo Levitation (https://media.macphun.com/)

However, for the Best Photo Levitation results, it is highly recommended to use a Digital DSLR Camera that already supports high image capture. Well, I’ll just discuss How to and Techniques to make levitation photos for each device.

How to Make a Photo Levitation with a DSLR Camera

  1. Continuous Shooting , one press of the button immediately obtains various images
  2. High Shutter Speed , better above 1/500. Pay attention to the adequate lighting which is very important in this shot
  3. Low Angel,  so that the person’s object seems taller and make sure there is enough light
  4. The existence of an object shadow design will make the image come true

How to Make Photo Levitation with Android and iPhone HP Cameras

  1. Use the Burst Shoot application, this is a multi image capture application.
  2. Give the model instructions and calculations before jumping in and levitating.
  3. After the instructions are given, immediately press the shoot button.
  4. Do the same way to get the best results, cool and unique.
Notes: Not all mobile phones can use and support the Burst Shoot application, only a few phones that have a special camera that has this feature.

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