How many times do you think people look at a magazine and thought "I wish I could just pull that out right out?" Now you can!
Imagine having the ability to go beyond dimension. Being able to pull and put anything you want in and out of the photo. That's a miracle that fulfills the fantasy that everyone has. Guarantee audience reaction!
This project involves no video app or advance technology. This is magic in its simplest form. In your audience mind, you have a photo, you pull an object out of the photo, they get to keep the object as a souvenir, and they can even keep the photo! An effect ends absolutely clean with perfect give away souvenirs. PhotoShop is not only a powerful stand-alone effect, it's also a strong opener or closer to any close up routines. With PhotoShop, you can produce a gift for your audience as a stand-alone effect. Use it as an opener to squeeze a coin out of a photo to start your coin routine. Or even use it as a finale to pull a folded card out of the photo just to reveal their signed card from your ambitious routine!
PhotoShop is fully customizable with endless possibilities. It is extremely easy to perform which will allow you to fully concentrate on your presentation. Equip yourself with PhotoShop in your wallet. PhotoShop is always ready WHENEVER and WHEREVER you need it. A must have for performers at all levels.
Comes with instructional DVD, fully customizable Gimmick and Complimentary Kiss Chocolate photo cards to get you started right out of the box. More pre-made designs are available at your convenience at your favorite magic store.
Chocolate Refill - This refill package contains a total of 10 photo cards and a flap wallet. The photo card is made in precise thickness with cold-air finish to ensure the smooth working. You'll be able to hand out the photo along with the chocolate every time you produce them for your spectators to keep. Perfect magical give away to leave your spectator a memorable moment to take home.
Kissed Of Fire Refill - includes 18 cards. After a haunted story has been told, the spectator opens their hands to discover the picture burnt, and the doll is also effected by the eerie curse, burnt in the photo.