Images from my June 2015 photo shoot with Fine art models Keira Grant and Katja Gee at the Copycat Building in Baltimore, MD.
I find that abstract nudes hold so much intrigue. Having an abstract project helps me collect my thoughts and define what I want to achieve with my shoot. I find it more relaxing than a nude with a narrative.
Hello, Just making my 1st post here. I figured it should be a nude :)
I look forward to learning more from this group.
I just joined the group and I will like to share this with you.
I did this images in my studio with a single strobe on the ceiling.
This is an ongoing project, shooting with the new ideas as they become tangible.
This images be part of a compilation of Hotel portraits with i'm have been working during this year.
Thanks for your comments, kind regards from Mexico City.
I explained my lighting for this shot here too. Would love to hear anyone's thoughts!
I really don't have much experience with nude photography. Incorporating it into my understanding of boudoir has been an interesting feat. From doing my homework, it seems there needs to be a good balance to create a tasteful nude image without having it come across as overtly sexual. The challenge to capture the beautiful form of the body in a...
Hi everyone, just found out about groups on FS and I think is a good place to interact and share some ideas
hi i will like to share my nude portrait project, called Elements. its a double exposure experiment. to communicate the nature of human body. hope you like it
Hi guys, this is my first attempt with one speed light and a black background.
Would love any feedback you have as I am still learning this sort of stuff.
Hi there guys!
Here is some shots from late 2016 ;)
Feel free to visit my site, btw
This is my first post in this group so... Hi! I thought you might really enjoy the images from my latest gallery exhibition. The project focuses on the Japanese aesthetic principle of "kanso" which translates to "simplicity" in English. I have uploaded a couple of my favorites here but you can view all of the images from the...
It was cold, she could barely sit still for a moment - the beauty of working with great models is that you'll always get the shot. 5Ds with 85mm f1.2. Available light.
A couple of light writing image. One is outdoors with a flashlight. The other is in the studio with an LED hula hoop.
More from this series: http://www.bellanuda.com/galleries/exhibit-mar-apr-light-writing/
I have a ton of really killer images that I shot in the process of making my last exhibition, “Kanso”. Instead of just letting them reside in the darkness, never to see the light of day, I decided to get with Patreon and take a chance on starting something new and exciting!
Patreon is a website whose goal is...
This is not really a nude shot, but wanted some CC on this shot a posted here, on Flickr, and 500px. It has not gotten the attention I anticipated or that I most often get.
Why I think it is pretty good.....I like the lighting, color, composition, and dof. Perhaps I'm misguided or biased because it is my shot, but just wanted to know...
Fine art Photography: Marcos Domenech
Models: Sakurako and Mamiko Kawamura
Assistant: Aya Tanaka
2 female models,
1 Kg of Beach Sand,
2 Kg of Dry Ice,
1 pack of Army Men
1pack of StormTroopers
a perfect Time to Shoot the last time with my Canon 6D body before upgrade for a new one....
Thought I would introduce myself and add a sample image from my work.
Camera: Canon 7D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55 IS
Shutter speed: 1/320
Focal length: 35mm
In this particular image I use a 2m Octagonal Softbox on a boom facing directly down on the model.
I would like to introduce everyone to my personal project called "the horses beauty ".
In this project I'm photographing women with trained horses. I'm trying to show the beauty of both and I'm leaving this project into the free interpretation for everyone. Some og the photos are dynamic some of them are static. Possibly The end of the...
A Fine Art Series. "From Darkness Comes Light" with model Anoush Anou. Photography and Creative by Mark J Suplick. Blu-Metal Photography. Visit the 6 piece series at: https://blu-metal.com/darkness-comes-light/
©2016 Mark J Suplicki. All rights reserved.
Bodybuilder wanted me to note his progress a few years back. Here is with a Nikon D90, softbox to right, bare strobe to back with slight reflector camera left.
Absolutely wonderful experience to be able to photographe the pinnacle of human training achievements