Can’t Get Enough of Sabrina

SABRINA DACOS

You don’t know a girl like Sabrina … you just wish you did.

That is if you’re ready for a sensual adventure.

See Sabrina in a previous post.

She takes pictures of herself and posts them on the Internet. If you were her camera you might see her urinating in the woods, or inserting something in her anus. You would definitely see a lot of her most intimate parts.

Modesty is not a word found in Sabrina’s dictionary. Here she has pubic hair. Sometimes she doesn’t.

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There is very little in the far reaches of your imagination that Sabrina hasn’t already tried or wouldn’t be open for. Male or female, it’s the fortunate soul that gets to spend an evening with her.

Sabrina has published a book of her erotic photographs. You can buy it here.

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Sabrina has been asked why her breasts have such a unique shape. She says that’s the way she is. Continue reading

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Pavel Kiselev Photography

Pavel Kiselev is to women what a ray of sun is to a orchid. A camera becomes magical in his hands. His work reminds us that it was a good day indeed when Mother Nature designed our female counterparts. It often seems a preponderance of great art comes from Russia; there must be something in the genes. Pavel is from Moscow, a city where life itself can be a form of art, a city of beautiful women that this photographer captures on film and shares with the world.

“I began working actively in the sphere of photography in 1980. I have never limited myself by certain scope, conventionalities, traditions, which are very numerous in photography. I always experiment a lot: with myself – while taking photographs, with the spectators – while showing them. These experiments are not the attempt to show my originality, but a special internal need in development and movement forward.”           Pavel Kiselev.

“The main purpose of my work in the sphere of photography is finding out a sensual component but not the formal one. To my mind, in the perception of a photograph the leading part is played by the image energy, but not a form or decoration. That is why I photograph people a lot; such photos include a lot of emotions, emotional states, sensuality.” Pavel Kiselev

Pavel Kiselev’s website.

Pavel’s Book: Photographic stories of the life models and students in my school

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Closeups … Intimate Photography by Ludovic Seth

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 If you travel through France, you may come to realize Frenchmen have a penchant for the finer things in life. I’m not talking about pricey watches and expensive cars. They understand the simpler things are what counts: good wine, lively conversation, the natural beauty in the world that Mother Nature has given us; in this case the human form. Ludovic Seth is a photographer that appreciates the beauty of the human male, the intricate details and the intimate nuances that come together to form a man, masculine features that all men have in common, but vary dramatically from one man to the next in color, shape and size. What a masterful eye he has for shadow and light.

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I can’t help but think about connection these Frenchmen make, photographer and subject, planning their shots, the poses, the camera angles, the remarkable intimacy that is so beautifully defined through the lens of a camera. What wonderful bonds they must have.

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To see more about Ludovic Seth or buy his book, visit his website here.

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Michal Tokarczuk … Fine Art Nudes

Michal Tokarczuk’s imaginative interpretation of fine art nudes.

fine art nudesIf creative imagination is what sets a photographer of fine art nudes apart, Michal Tokarczuk has more than his fair share. Most photographers know cameras and lens. Most know about light and focus and settings. Few have the artistic skill to imagine such breathtaking images and then create them for the world to see.

fine art nudesFor more about the artist see

Michal Tokarczuk-Fine Art Nudes

There are elements of drama, of passion and emotion. There are elements of human sexuality. All the necessary elements for such stunning, unforgettable photography.

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Those Who Understand Light, Shadows and the Male Form

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By Light Lounge

Long gone are the days when the male form was considered an unacceptable or lewd photographic subject. Nude photographic art is just that, art, a presentation of the human body, male or female. Here are some of the photographers that understand that and celebrate images of the male form through their camera lens with talented and thoughtful compositions.

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By Sylvie Blum

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From The Creative Mind of Michael Bilotta

For some photographers it is more than the right light and a good camera … it’s emotion, thoughtful planning, an eye for the beauty of the human form, it’s composition and the artistic trials and errors of editing that follows the shoot. Such a photographer is Michael Bilotta. The world of art and art lovers can enjoy the results of his work because he has chosen to make his contribution.

Read more about Michael’s thoughts on his blog.

Michael doesn’t photograph only nude men, his interests are many. But through his work in this area it is impossible to deny the beauty of the male form, the grace and the natural elegance, the compelling lines and sensual components and textures that comprise the human male.

Michael is a native of Maine. He is currently living and working in Worcester. After studying music at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, he spent 10 years playing in local clubs as a singer songwriter, writing and releasing two CDs. In 2001, with the advent of digital photography, he picked up a boyhood interest that was not possible to pursue in the days prior to digital: photography and design. Since 2001, he has been honing his visual craft and has settled into a role as a conceptual/surrealist artist in the photographic arts.

See more of Michael’s work or buy a print at his website.

Michael is passionate about his work, techniques and ideas. What follows are his own words.

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“I started using models about a year ago. I was using myself for practice and it just became too difficult to be behind the camera and in front of it. I really wanted to shoot the naked body for a lot of reasons, the main one being the challenge, and the art of it. I also gravitate towards a timelessness in my work, and the thing that kills timelessness more than anything else is clothing. It instantly tells you culture, time period, fashion trend, etc. We are all naked, underneath all that, and that is truly a universal. For all those reasons and more, I wanted to shoot nudes. Plus, it certainly cuts down on the wardrobe budget!”

“As I started exploring the world of nude photography, I saw some conventions and trends I was not too fond of, and after a few months of exploring I would almost roll my eyes at some of it. The Flandrin Pose, for example, the one where the model is sitting on the ground, knees up to head, arms wrapped around lower legs, head usually tucked into knees, and yes, it’s a beautiful pose, but it also seems one that indicates shyness and shame of the male genitalia. That was the pattern I was seeing: shadows or hands over crotch to conceal, and very little full frontal nudity. I am speaking mainly of the Fine Art Nude Photography world. There are plenty of novice or semi pro or even pro photographers that don’t do this, but this concealment seems to be the norm.”

“When choosing my first model, I went the route of soliciting on craigslist, and I realized there we motivations behind those responding that were less than artistic, less than honest. I decided I needed a “real” model. After perusing ModelMayhem.com, I decided on Ed Barron (next picture), who is a professional art model, which seemed to make sense – he did this for a living, so obviously he was going to be comfortable posing naked. Ed brought to our first session not only utter ease at being nude, but an arsenal of poses to give me when my ideas ran out – this was, after all, my first shoot with a model, my first shoot with a nude model, and I had just gotten off a plane the night before and was tired! I just wanted to get my feet wet and didn’t get into anything involved with him, I just wanted to get it over with.” “After he left, I started editing, and I really liked what was done. I posted them where I could, mainly flickr.com, and there was a lot of response. Good response. After a couple months, I decided to do more with Ed, and this time had a bit of a concept to explore: mortality, aging, fear of dying. Ed was a trooper on this shoot, allowing me to pour flour and cornmeal all over him, the man was practically breaded! This shoot required more of an actor than a model, and Ed came through wonderfully. He is better than he probably realizes. This shoot really upped my exposure, and gave me some of my first “hits” online, hits being very relative.” “After this, I decided to broaden my portfolio, Ed was most of it at this point. I did back to Continue reading

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Husband, Photographer, Artist, Naturist, Adventurer

Younger men may think when they grow older their best years are behind them. On the contrary, as Peter can testify, life is just beginning. Your perspectives are just where they ought to be. Material notions, those misguided ambitions that waste a man’s youth, have vanished like wisps of smoke. You wake up each day drawing a breath, thinking about a new day’s adventure, all of which defines a man like Philip.

So where do Philip’s adventures take him? To places like Telluride where he found and photographed this idyllic scene, to name but one. He’s not living for memories; he’s creating new ones.

And his adventures take him to places like this, the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice, where a man can enjoy great works of art and indulge his appreciation for the male form.

And some of his adventures take him to places like this, where he can shed his clothes and savor the golden glow of sun on his skin and be at one with the wonders of nature.

The work of an artist.

Everything about a man like Philip is refreshing, especially his talent. This is one of his many figurative drawings.

See more of Philip’s art at his website.

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Perhaps most impressive of Peter’s artistic works are his still life paintings. One can only imagine the patience and care an artist must employ to achieve such remarkable detail.

Curiosity and fascination. We all have it when we’re gazing into water. What’s alive down there? What swims around everyday looking for something to eat, trying not to be eaten? And of course if it’s warm enough, we may get in and enjoy the feel of cool water on our bare skin.

Perhaps you were wondering what Philip looked like when he was a younger man. Here he is on his honeymoon in Hawaii, a strapping fellow that looked terrific in a Speedo. Like all of us, how could he have known the challenges and adventures, the successes and failures, the great joys and moments of sadness ahead of him? What stories Philip could tell today.

For want of a model, Philip is using a mirror to model for himself. Hmm … is he giving himself a larger penis, or are my eyes playing tricks on me? Then again, if we all had such talent, what man wouldn’t paint himself with a bit of fudging? Continue reading

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Rope Art by Domasan

It’s an art form you don’t see everyday. It’s compelling. It’s beautiful. It’s sensual. Imagine the sensations you might experience being the subject of Domasan’s work, the time involved, the intimacy. You give yourself over to the artist and wait until the ropes control you. Only then do you end up in one of Domasan’s masterful photographs.

Domasan’s Facebook Page.

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Photography by Pavel Kiselev

“The main purpose of my work in the sphere of photography is finding out a sensual component but not the formal one. To my mind, in the perception of a photograph the leading part is played by the image energy, but not a form or decoration. That is why I photograph people a lot; such photos include a lot of emotions, emotional states, sensuality.”

Pavel Kiselev … another example of Russian mastery of art.

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