Levitation – Behind the Curtain

Start with a dancer with strong abs, a stool, and a compelling scene.

Capture lots and lots of images of the dancer shaking her hair all over the place, and choose one that will match the original photo.

Make sure to have an image of the scene without the dancer, to help with removing the stool.

Combine the images with some fairly simple but detailed photoshop work.

Convert to black and white.

Ellie on Monadnock

With face and body painting from Anika, some favorites from the shoot with Ellie.

Madi the Fox

Tenth in the series of Anika’s face painting project, with a time lapse of the makeup application and small gallery of favorites.

A few favorites from the session:

Andrew the Mandrill

Fourth in the series of Anika’s face painting project, with a time lapse of the makeup application and small gallery of favorites.

A few favorites from the session:

Laurana the Statue

Third in the series of Anika’s face painting project, with a time lapse of the makeup application and small gallery of favorites.

A few favorites from the session:

Ellie the Wolf

Second attempt in my 14 year old daughter’s face painting project, with a time lapse of the makeup application and small gallery of favorites.

A few favorites from the session: