The Artful Nude Model Set #1
4 months ago
I looked through the rules of this forum and it says not to imbed nude photos into the message, but to simply post a link.
The context of the photos is the following. I attended a group photography session along with several others. Its just an amateur group where we shoot the pictures for fun. We had all pooled money to pay for the models and space. It was a basic setup with a studio and the sunlight outside was the real lighting. There were two remote triggers and a flash rig setup which were passed amongst the group. I tried the rigs and just couldnt get them working well with my camera rig. They were some aftermarket triggers and I didnt have the time to really fool with them. I didnt bring a tripod or any additional equipment like a reflector.
When I used the triggers and flash rigs I just couldnt get them working in the way I wanted as it wasnt my equipment. The bulk of the shots I got were handheld natural light coming through a window while some others I had taken out my own personal speedlight to bounce the light off the ceiling, walls and an umbrella.
I did a little post processing, i.e. removing some imperfections on the skin, through Photoscape, but I didnt spend too much time on any of the pictures because this is just a fun photoshoot and a meet&greet. I am a serious amateur.
I would like to accomplish getting my photos to the point of "good enough" or "great" or "as good as possible" without having to spend hours of time post-processing because Im not getting paid to do it and it isnt fun spending several hours on Photoshop.
So, per the instructions on this website, here is a link to the first set. The model depicted in this photograph is above 18 and the photos were taken in the interests of tasteful art. Its not meant to be sexual or suggestive in any way. The nudity in this set is female bare breasts, but no genitalia. If you are offended by such shots or its against your religion, etc, please do not click on the link and move on to the next post. Again, this is meant to be art.