The Suspended Photography by Brad Hammonds is a Surreal Adventure

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Aug 3, 2013 • References: flickr & designtaxi
It's always difficult to get high quality captures when dealing with suspended photography, but English teacher Brad Hammonds does an amazing job of it. This Prague-based photographer attempts to capture the most precious moments within human experiences.

The series is entitled 'Falling Through Space,' and it captures people right as they're about to hit the floor. The premise behind the idea was to explore the feelings that many don't consider until they're passed; people need to always be aware of the things they are experiencing or else they will miss the chance to treasure it. Such an imaginative way to convey that incredible message is why this suspended photography is truly amazing. To be able to connect the wildly chaotic last thoughts of a person about to hit the ground with these captures is really special. Stats for Suspended Kinetic Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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