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Jamie S and I enjoyed a complex photoshoot last weekend. Our images remind us of the reflections from the interstellar dust particles from nebula in galaxies. So, we named the photograph series from our shoot – “Galactic Dancer”.
Jamie S and I captured these images in July 2011 using multiple flashes with my Vivitar 283 strobes. I think we created some very nice and interesting images. A print of this image will be displayed and offered for sale … Continue reading
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Skye Greene and I did a gold body paint shoot. We wanted to create some gold statue type poses. Skye was awesome. She got right into the “role” and gracefully moved from one awesome pose to another. What a pleasure … Continue reading
Shiloh paid us a visit for a photoshoot. Besides the fun times we had posing and doing suspensions, we had a kick shooting images for a video, which will be the subject of a future blog post. ( I need … Continue reading
Here is another video by Jay P. Morgan, where he describes basic light placements that have been developed over the years for portrait photography. You can use these lighting techniques to help understand how beautiful images were created by other … Continue reading
When we light our suspension models, most of the time, it is not possible to position our lights as close to the model as shown in typical studio lighting BTS videos and tutorials. Here is a BTS video by Jay … Continue reading
Many people think it is necessary to spend thousands of dollars to buy expensive cameras and lighting equipment in order to produce nice work and have fun with this hobby. Not true!!!! No expensive equipment is necessary. You only … Continue reading
My good friend, Sabrina Sin, asked me to rig her with some decorative rope for promotion pieces for her January 14, 2011 Fetish Friday event. Because these promotion pieces were going to be used on Fetlife and in print ads … Continue reading
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