Monthly Archives: November 2006

My Friend, Guenter

Even with the hundreds of fine art nude sites now pervading the web, and the excellent services like Art Nudes devoted to searching out new photographers (or old photographers with new sites), some are bound to slip between the cracks. … Continue reading

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Fine Art Nudes in the Age of Raunch

I heard Ariel Levy on “Fresh Air” the other night. Levy wrote Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture, a book I’ve got on my list to read but have not yet. The topic got me to … Continue reading

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I Live in Hope

[8/31/07: Those of you who receive alerts as to new blog postings may get a bunch of alerts here: this model has asked that I change references to her to "Donnatella".]I live in hope that Donnatella and I will work … Continue reading

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The Price of Nudity

No, I am not talking here about the psychic, social or even legal penalties on models for posing nude (there really aren’t any, anymore, except maybe in Utah or Tennessee). And I’m not talking about the rates charged by models, … Continue reading

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God Bless Amateurs!

Photographers work with models bringing a variety of skills, body types, body abnormalities (more about this below), enthusiasm, and expectations. Some of my favorites have been amateurs, like Samantha shown in Crescent above. Samantha was a dance student who came … Continue reading

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'Bout Time I Blogged!

Well, I think I’ve done just about everything else possible for a photographer to do online (created several websites, done a couple podcasts, sold prints via eBay, created and sold six books, sold hundreds of prints to over 180 collectors … Continue reading

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