Warning!! This site
may…WILL contain nudes!
I have added a new section which will host AudioVisuals of various shoots, you can find them under the AV section. Using youtube to link them I can use popular music without breaking any copyright rules…happy days.
Side note: The songs selected for each AV are chosen in relation to the model, the shoot theme or the storyline, eg. Fire is a word play on Ivory Flame’s name, Love will tear us Apart is a favourite song of Helen Stephens, Helen Diaz loves Kate Bush, Without or Without You is chosen to match the storyline in The Change, etc etc. The songs have no bearing on me personally other than they have to be songs I actually like.
A new storybook called The Change is online now with an image and music only AV version, check the Storybook tab. Please read the story first before the AV or it wont make sense.
From 2017 all proceeds from my lecture, Nude without Rude will go to the charity ‘Young Epilepsy’
Young Epilepsy is the national charity working exclusively for the 112,000 children and young people aged 25 and under with epilepsy and associated conditions.
They exist to improve the lives of children and young people with the condition to enable them to fulfill their potential and ensure they have the best quality of life.
One of the best references I’ve ever had. About a recent shoot with Cheryl Elizabeth on our tour/shoot of the Highlands south of Inverness. The link contains nudes and is not safe for work.
The next venue for the lecture on Art nudes…..Nude without Rude, will be held at Edinburgh PS on the 1st march 2017
Some feedback from the good folks at Wakefield Camera Club.
I will be hosting regular Studio Art Nude workshops from Sept 2015 onwards, please contact me for further details.
My lecture called Nude without Rude is now taking bookings in the camera club circuit, a short summery is as follows:-
Nude Without Rude
This lecture explores the ins and outs of nude photography, ie … what is nude photography? and how to get started. It examines the main genres and its sub cultures, the difference between studio and location work.
It demonstrates the difference in themes using digital and print methods, it follows through with how to book a model, what to expect and achieve. It covers subjects like cost and the different types of payments, also how to act during an actual shoot.
It lists the Do’s and Do Not’s of working with models, what to expect when working in the studio and what to expect when working on location, camera settings and how to deal with weather. The lecture also deals with composition and editing, and finally how to build a portfolio.
If you would like to book a lecture please feel free to contact me on email@example.com