Paranormal: something like a person levitating that can't be explained using science although it can be doing on photoshop.
When making a levitation photo, you first need to decide what kind of position you want the person in the photo to be in. You also need to decide what you want the photo to look like. You usually need to take at least 2 pictures of the scene, one with the person and prop holding them up, and another that's just the scene without the person or prop. More than two pictures can be taken of the scene. Once you've taken the photos you need, use photoshop to to combine the images and tweak them so the two images are combined into one and it looks like the person is floating. The end result should be a photo of a levitating person.
By Terra Kate
By Tatyana Chaiko
By Somewhere Lovely
I think it could be fun to do a levitation photo of someone with some books, although it might be hard since I'd be photoshopping more than one thing. I do have a lot of books that could be used in the photo, though. Someone who looks like they're sleeping could be interesting, like the one in the first photo. Someone who's actively doing something, like the girl reading in the second photography, could also be interesting. I guess it depends on which one would be easier to do, since this is my first time doing levitation photography. I think that either one could be interesting and fun to do, but it depends. Someone who's just floating would probably a lot easier than someone who's actively doing something. I do like the way the ones where they're just floating look a little more eerie than the ones where someone's doing a normal thing except for the fact that they're floating.