Posts in Category: Nude

A long awaited detail post. — Stark Elegance revisited

Back in 2011 I posted this shot of Jessica and a few people asked me to detail how I accomplished it and how much editing it took.  I realized that I never actually made that post.   So, here’s that post.

NSFW photos ahead. 

Nude on the stairs.

I grabbed a quick couple of shots of the always beautiful Evil Overqueen on the stairs this afternoon.   I’m still experimenting with black & white and the difference in texturing, composition and tone as opposed to color.    It’s a shame, really, because her skin tone is just fantastic.  I may post the color versions later.

Break for the boob averse. Beyond here lies nudity.

Revisited photos from 2011

(edit: Added one more photo to the gallery.  It’s not a part of the sequence below, but was from the same shoot.  It’s just too good NOT to include.)

Whenever I feel I’ve made a breakthrough on some new technique, I will go back and revisit some of my photo sets from past shoots.  I’ve been known to go back 10 years or more and pull a new gem from the pile and polish it up to something I didn’t even know was possible then.

I’ve done that with a set of the lovely FireBitch from 2011.  You’ve seen a few of the images from that set in both color and black & white, but this new tone & texture technique works much better for one of the sequences from that shoot than either of the ones I used then.

Enjoy, and you shouldn’t need the warning by now that images after the ‘more’ are not safe for work.   Click for the full gallery.

Revisited set of Firebitch from 2011.  New tone and texture techniques.

Added after original post. Just too good not to include.

Revisited set of Firebitch from 2011.  New tone and texture techniques.

Revisited set of Firebitch from 2011.  New tone and texture techniques.

A couple more from last weekend’s Group Shoot at Studio Eris.

Both images are behind the cut.  Wouldn’t want to cause any spontaneous combustion amongst the various HR departments around town.

Group shoot – Studio Eris

I organized a small group photo shoot at Studio Eris in Atlanta last weekend.  We had, for a change, more models than photographers show up.  Much fun was had by all.  I didn’t even need to defenestrate any of the first-timers.

I’m still working through the sets I shot.  Below are a few from the first set of the beautiful LaDonna

EDIT: Added a photo I missed on the original upload.

NSFW images below the fold.

Pretty little bird in a big iron cage.

Pretty little bird in a big iron cage.

 

Cougar on the prowl.

Cougar on the prowl.

Two Girls, One Hookah

A few more from last week’s shoot of Hardluck Joesephine and Mistress Fire.

The gallery for the shoot is here and Joe’s site is here.

Cut for your HR manager’s pleasure.  (NSFW, but then you knew that already)

Hardluck Joesephine and Mistress Fire

This is what happens when you turn two beautiful and creative women loose in a photo studio. Enjoy.

Hardluck Joesephine

Hardluck Joesephine

Mistress Fire

Mistress Fire.

 

More photos behind the fold.  NSFW because boobies make HR directors explode.

Hardluck Jo and a friend.

Just a teaser from one of this week’s sets:

Jo and friend enjoying a hookah.

Jess enjoying the wind and sun on top of Effigy hill at Alchemy this year.

I had a chance to shoot Jess up on top of Effigy hill at Alchemy this year.  The  cool breezes, warm sun and beautiful skies were just too perfect to not use as a backdrop for one of my most beautiful regular models.

Image and link to the gallery are after the cut to save on heart medication for HR departments and other prudes who explode at the sight of a boob.   Enjoy.

Experiments in Black & White.

I found myself in a creative mindset tonight and decided to experiment a bit with B&W images. I went back to a set of Jess & Swan Song from June and either did a new treatment of one of the shots I’ve already published or picked out new images from that set to play with. I think you’ll like the results.

Here’s a link to the full gallery: LINK

Jess in B&W.

 

More images past the fold.  Beware, they’re not safe for work.