It’s not hard to look at people standing around on the ground, just go outside and look around and you’ll probably see some. But it’s a little bit more exciting to see people suspended in mid-air, or more accurately, mid-jump. And that’s just what photographer Tomas Januska has captured with his new photo series Gravity (not to be confused with that Sandra Bullock movie, which I don’t think had any jumping in it).
To capture the images found in Gravity, Tomas Januska photographed regular people jumping up and down over and over again (anywhere from 150 to 600 times, according to the photographer), so as to study the “temporary weightlessness” that occurs during jumping. The best shots were then selected for inclusion in the series.
You can take a look at some of those best shots in the gallery below. And for more of Tomas Januska’s work, check out his official website here.