Three top tips for bet­ter lev­i­ta­tions...

Practical Photography (UK) - - Photoshop Geniius -

Cover the stool with a dress

Wher­ever the model touches the stool or chair will re­sult in a flat spot, so it’s best to try and cover the seat of the chair with baggy or loose cloth­ing to hide this flat area from view.

Cap­ture a nat­u­ral pose

Take plenty of pic­tures of your model in dif­fer­ent poses so you have a few op­tions. Aim to get a fa­cial ex­pres­sion where the model looks com­fort­able and seems to be ef­fort­lessly float­ing.

Shoot from a low an­gle

Shoot­ing from a low an­gle re­veals more of the space be­tween the model and the ground and height­ens the float­ing ef­fect. Shoot­ing from above makes it harder to see the lev­i­ta­tion.

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