I know you’ve been wondering: “Can he do males as well?” You tell me!
If you are into the history of photography, you might have heard about Edward Weston and his Pepper #30. Many have attributed a sensual quality to this image.
The pictures in this post are my take on the subject. Not as refined or involved as Weston’s approach, but maybe a little more adapted to modern viewing habits, and people who have seen the photos already have described them als “almost a little sexy.” What you you think?
You might have noticed that I pretty much stopped posting on here for a few weeks now (or at least I hope somebody did). It’s not that I lost interest in posting or even photography, but that life got in the way.
I have a full time job with a long commute, a house that needs fixing, and three small children that need constant looking after. That combined with the fact hat I live in a sparely populated area, where there seem to be very few people who are into modeling makes it hard to find the time, opportunity or energy to set up a photo shoot.
I’ll get back to it, I promise.
Next time I’m going out with Cinestill 800T, I’m bringing a filter.
More pretty girls an flowers.
Yes, it is spring and I’m not afraid to do some cliché photos of nice women in magnolia bushes. I know some miserable people online hate on that. Just wait ’til they see the cherry blossoms.
This is the first composing I ever did in Photoshop. I’d love to learn a little more about this, although the heavily composed images you often see are not really my thing. But for subtle things like this … Why not?