Beauty, Dance, Erotic, Fashion, Lifestyle, Lingerie, Nude and Portrait
There is nothing wrong with a flattering image.
Correct lighting can be the best 'air brush'.
The image must be technically correct.
Cropping can make and/or change an image dramatically and produce an image not consciously seen at the time of shooting.
The model should not feel uncomfortable or be compromised in any way but, that being said, part of the learning process is to push ourselves out of our comfort zone.
Good manners and respect are a minimum requirement.
Enjoy the process and pass on your knowledge if it is required.
WHY I'M HERE
If you are well mannered and able to communicate and develop a shoot then we can work together.
If you want quality, interesting and technically well shot images then we can work together.
I am happy to work TF for a serious model with an idea of something she wants to portray.
It would be good to meet other creative people and be coerced into shooting different styles.
If we don't push ourselves we will never realise just what we can do.
"Our life is what our thoughts make it"
I notice from time to time that people have said they want to work with me and yet they have made no contact.
I am bemused as to what they mean.
It would seem a rather shallow statement when they have neither liked any of my images or put me on their follow list. They generally seem to have a very large www list so perhaps they are just gregarious. I won’t accept it is a rather cynical ploy to solicit paid work. People are above that, aren’t they?
I'm always pleased to develop a shoot with someone, particularly if they are specific in what they require.
If a studio shoot with controlled lighting is something you would like to experience then mail me. I am always well mannered in my replies.
arh has 45 references; 45 recommended, 0 not recommended, 0 late cancellation and 0 no-show.