One of the things that I like about digital photography
is that you can manipulate things. However, in the case of these
photos of levitating objects, there is no manipulation going on.
As usual, click to see the pictures full-size.
For instance, this is what I call The Spoon:
Notice the big shadow on the ceiling behind the spoon,
the result of the flash to illuminate this floating object.
This is not trickery, that is the way shadows appear when a
bright light source is extremely close to the object.
You get the same effect when you put your hand very close to a
floodlight. Since your hand is very close to the light, almost
covering it up, you see the shadow of your hand looking like a
big spider covering up the entire wall.
We see a similar shadow next to the levitating toy car:
The pictures below are a comb, and a hairbrush:
This last one is one of my shirts, magically floating in air:
But the only manipulation here is simply tossing these objects
into the air, and 'freezing' them with the flash.
Pretty cool, huh?
Peace be with you.