Hadoken is the act of making something look like it happened even though it didn't. By using the idea of perspective, it is possible to create something that didn't actually happen, in an image.
The image shown to the left is my group and I doing Hadoken. We had six people in our group, and while some people acted out the movements, others would decide where to take the picture and then take it. We planned out what the actions would be and then count down to when the picture would be taken so we would all be in sync.
Hadoken is all about looking at things from a different perspective, and in history, different perspectives change the way it is told.
This video will show you many examples of hadoken pictures people have taken.
I'm Athena and I'm 12 years old and in 7th grade. I love dancing and playing piano.