By Michael Barnett. On August 31, In Book Reviews.
Edit list price. Share a Link copy. About the Book Edit Introduction This book contains over seventy images of nine women photographed over some years as a follow up to the black and white photography I did with my book, "What is a Woman?
Funds raised will be put towards studio time, stylists, makeup artists, props, travel to locations, paying models, and other expenses towards finishing the images and getting books printed for the backers. There is a timeless feeling to nude artwork. Altering the color strengthens this perception.
Here we have two obviously related groups of items. The nudes are self- explanatory: the model takes off her clothes and the photographer takes off his lens cap. Many of the images made by these fellows are nudes of course, but they address other subjects as well, such as drug culture and religious conformity.
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These pictures remained under lock and key during his lifetime and only a few of his friends knew his quiet, intimate black-and-white images. While Leiter had his color film processed by photo labs in New York, he developed the nudes himself in his own darkroom. His female models were friends or lovers, whom the artist portrayed in his New York apartment over the course of some 20 years.
Jennie is a very very good girl. This collection of images represent and provide shared moments of glorious joy with a woman confident in her nude sensuality. Able to model and maintain an amazing variety and range of hypnotically erotic expressions while holding a pose, Jennie is a joy to behold. With beautiful long wavy brunette locks and big beautiful expressive brown eyes, on a trim and busty firmly tanned body, Jennie is elegant, sensual and all woman.
Our goal is to inspire photographers of all levels who wish to improve their work, as well as readers interested in deepening their understanding of the art of photography. Each book features the creative process and core thinking of a photographer told in their own words and through pictures of their choosing. Each volume is introduced by a well-known student of the featured photographer.