Suspended in Air – Levitation Photography by Diana Lemieux

Diana Lemieux is a creative portrait photographer from Boston, Massachusetts. She’s inspired by imaginative stories and images that are timeless, mysterious and edgy. She’s a storyteller as well as a photographer, only her pictures show a single moment instead of a an entire narrative. She wants to make viewers wonder about what happened before and what will happen next. This tension-filled moment is especially clear in her levitation photos, which show women suspended gracefully in mid-air.

To see more of Diana’s photography, visit her website, facebook page or flickr photostream.

Diana Lemieux Levitation

fall from grace

Diana Lemieux Levitation

lighting her way

Diana Lemieux Levitation

Untitled

Diana Lemieux Levitation

the past, present and future

Diana Lemieux Levitation

a strong gust

Diana Lemieux Levitation

possession

Diana Lemieux Levitation

the storm within

Diana Lemieux Levitation

Fairytale

Diana Lemieux Levitation

her first flight

Diana Lemieux Levitation

the 2nd floor bedroom

Diana Lemieux Levitation

the force of gravity




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Amnah
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<3 fall from grace!!

ax hamilton
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Nice post. Another master of levitation photograpy is Japanese Natsumi Hayashi. Check out her blog: yowayowacamera.com

Mark
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Awesome images! I have been interested in levitation photography for a few years. Your blog is very interesting!

Robert Mao
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We created an app called Levitagram to allow anyone with an iPhone create decent levitation photos!

https://itunes.apple.com/app/id639426500

James Moxley
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Very cool photos, not only is it a great effect, the photographer captured the mood in each one.

My two attempts at levitation photography

http://www.flickr.com/photos/wavesummit/9740213980/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/wavesummit/8945045504/

Photo Don
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Wow totally magical and amazing images. They are awesome the photos look greater than the sum of their parts. Awesome.

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