Three top tips for better levitations...
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.