August 27, 2014

Nude Portraits. (photos)

Nude Portraits.

“We’re born naked, and the rest is drag.” ~ RuPaul 

Please get naked before viewing these photographs. 😉

“As a photographer I’m deeply interested in the experience subjects have during portrait shoots. When I guide subjects through the process of making their photo, I seek to create a calm, comfortable environment where they can be at ease in front of the camera. Despite my best efforts, subjects often feel a sense of vulnerability during the process. No matter the scenario, this power imbalance seems like an almost inescapable part of the experience.

The photographer/subject paradigm is one of inequality. Nude Portraits is about leveling the playing field in an unorthodox way. Instead of focusing on bringing the subject to a place of ease, where I am, this project brings me to a place of vulnerability.

This vulnerability is achieved by making portraits without clothing. These are nude portraits in the sense that I, the photographer, am nude, while the subject is not.”

I am always looking for subjects both in Utah, where I am based, and out of the state. Send me an email to find out more information about participating.”

A photographer in Utah started a nude portrait series. From his website, “These are nude portraits in the sense that I, the photographer, am nude, while the subject is not.”

 For far more photos, and source, click over here to his site!

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Megan Aug 28, 2014 7:05pm

Love it.

Erica Aug 28, 2014 11:40am

so awesome

marriah Aug 28, 2014 5:57am

This was amazing and hilarious

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