Shooting nude glamour in a scrap yard. What could go wrong?
Photographer: There’s a big wave coming!
Model: What wave?
Photographer: That one.
Part 1 Pre-Shoot Communication For models (and photographers)
Working with experienced and inexperienced models is fun but there are a lot of pitfalls. Here’s how to avoid them. The key to a successful shoot is communication. So what do we photographers say? What do models want to know?
Shooting erotic book cover photographs is not difficult but requires a little thought and preparation.
The Scrap Yard Nudes calendar was conceived by the sales director of a metal recycling group. The company wanted to produce a glamour calendar that was more interesting than the average cheesecake versions available off the shelf. Commissioning original photography would allow the company’s products, several thousand tons of recycled metal, to feature in the pictures alongside local, East Anglian, nude models.
A professional nude model and owner of a customized XR2. Sam featured in Penthouse, [nu] and on numerous erotic fiction book covers
There’s a lot to think about when shooting commercial glamour nudes. So here’s a few glamour nude tips with more from other photographers at the bottom of the page.
My glamour nude photographs are published on book covers, calendars and in magazines. Glamour can mean anything from a film star in a revealing dress, to swimsuit pictures on a beach or full frontal nudity. Glamour nude doesn’t always mean totally uncovered so here is a small portfolio of my most popular photos.
Alana was a professional fetish nude model who appeared on numerous book covers, in men’s magazines and on fetish websites. She also featured in a series of art nude portraits.
A Gentleman’s Property
Angela (modelling name Amber) appeared in many erotic fiction fetish book cover photographs including A Gentleman’s Property and Pit of Pain published by Silvermoon Books