Floating Bike Photography by Zhao Huasen is Created Through Photoshop

By: Sarah Robson - Published: May 30, 2012 • References: feizi-gallery & whudat.de
Floating Bike Photography by Zhao Huasen is created through photoshop, as is apparent when the viewer is unable to locate the bicycles that these civilians should be riding on. Chinese artist Huasen puts his photoshop skills to good use in this floating collection as he captures civilians cycling down the road on nothing but air. Huasen has kept the shadow of the bicycle in the pictures, which makers viewers do a double-take after looking at the photos. This example shows how photoshop can be used to playfully manipulate any photograph.

Huasen graduated from the experimental art department at the China Academy of Fine Arts in 2005. In 2007 he graduated from Chelsea college of Art and Design. Some of Huasen's other projects include: 'KIAF /10,' 'Paradise Lose,' and 'Chine-Nouvelles Visions III.' Stats for Hovering Civilian Cyclists Trending: Older & Buzzing
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