Photo pose 10: The bathroom pose
You can make photos of bathrooms way more interesting by adding a human element to them. With the different bathroom furniture, you can produce some creative photo poses, like a mirror or bathtub. The bathtub is one of our favorite pieces of furniture to use, especially when it stands out in terms of design. Of course, you can sit or lay in the bathtub traditionally but adding some creativity to this makes it look way better. For example, you can lay on your back, hiding your upper body in the bathtub with your legs up in the air. Or you can sit on your knees while leaning your head on the edge, supported by your arm in a relaxing way.
Model tips: Most clients or online platforms don’t allow nudity, so be aware of covering your body parts naturally. You can use your hands, foam, towels, or the bathtub itself for this. The bathtub can feel uncomfortable when it’s empty. Putting some towels on the bottom will feel more comfortable so you can perform more poses for a longer period.
Tip for the photographer: As important it is for the model to not show any nudity it is for the photographer as important not to capture it. Choosing the right angle in communication with the model is important to achieve this. Also for the bathroom, it’s recommended to use a fast lens with a low aperture or a camera with good ISO performance. Sometimes a polarizer filter is needed as a lot of furniture can reflect in bathrooms.