Tag Archives: #figurestudy

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Torso

I enjoy the seemingly endless possibilities when exploring the classic figure study. Often times, I will have a model hold a basic pose while I change my shooting position, or change the light position or […]

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Amorphous Series

Capturing the fluid shapes of a moving subject is an avenue of art nude photography I often like to explore.  I find that working with dancers and athletes (who seem to have a real sense of body […]

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Looking For The Unexpected

Late photographer/artist Robert Mapplethorpe was once quoted as saying “I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before.” These words have resonated with me for some time, and have been a […]

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Challenging Beauty Standards

In my recent collaboration with two talented models Mischief Vixen and Anonymous model, I had the rare opportunity to explore elegance and beauty far beyond that which is culturally standard.  The juxtaposition and contrast of two […]

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The Body as Landscape

Model: Marie LeFlure, 2012

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Inspired by Simplicity

Sometimes the simplest set-up can result in dramatic results.  I feel that has been achieved here with beautiful figure model (Anonymous).  The idea was to backlight the model in soft light with just a reflector from […]

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A Study In Curves

I find it interesting how the esthetic qualities of curves seems to have universal appeal.  From classic sculpture to modern architecture, curves have been used in art throughout history.  I often wonder why we are […]

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Living In A Bubble

This image is from a 2009 series with Chicago based model Claudine.  I really enjoy exploring model’s interactions with various shapes.  The fluidity of Claudine’s posing worked so well with this unusual prop.

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Revisiting Projects From The Past

I find it interesting how time can affect ones perspective.  Be it due to life experiences or simply a change in attitude, one’s perception of something can change considerably.  An example of this for me […]

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Rain Set; Behind The Scenes

One of my favorite set designs has been the “Rain Set”.  It is a rather simple set up, but it has yielded some dramatic images. To work with water, I had to move out of […]

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