A gallery of my work organized by year.
A quickie for you until I get time to edit the rest of the shots from today’s group shoot at Southern Mills. Enjoy.
Edited to add link to more shots: Gallery
A few more from last week’s shoot of Hardluck Joesephine and Mistress Fire.
Cut for your HR manager’s pleasure. (NSFW, but then you knew that already)
This is what happens when you turn two beautiful and creative women loose in a photo studio. Enjoy.
More photos behind the fold. NSFW because boobies make HR directors explode.
Just a teaser from one of this week’s sets:
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.
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
More images past the fold. Beware, they’re not safe for work.
I have a Google+ account now. Not too happy with the TOS with respect to my photography. Handing Google rights to do anything with everything I post there for all time is not something I’m really all that comfortable with. I am not even close to what you’d call an Intellectual Property zealot, but damnit, I do want some control over what happens to my works. If you want to do something with it, ask. Chances are, I’ll say yes.
I’ll post more about my fun with it in the future. So far I do like the interface and it is not nearly as cluttered as Facebook. Competition’s great. Better products are even better.
Since this is a photography blog, here’s some eye candy for you!
So what’d you do on your 4th of July? I spent it shooting a room full of beautiful, and mostly naked, people. What’d you do?
More behind the link, NSFW – Full gallery here.
What started as an evening of test shots and a few planned shots for a compositing project I’m working on ended up being almost 3 hours of fun playful shooting.
Jessica’s good friend Swan Song dropped by with her costumes and ideas.
You can see the quick edits and selections here. Below are a few from the set.