Any other art nude photographers out there? I shoot medium and large format film. My photographs are entered into competitions and galleries.
I use a Linhof Tech III and Graflex Crown Graphic for large format (considering 8x10 now). Medium format wise I have more cameras than I know what to do with... Hasselblad 503CW, Mamiya RZ67, Fuji GX680III, Pentax 67 and Mamiya C330.
What format do you shoot? gear types etc.
The attached photo was shot with Graflex Crown Graphic, polaroid back, using Polaroid Type 55 (expired). Model is Kelly
Like others who posted I too want to try nude photography. Maybe I'll meet someone here who will help me. I like candid photos. Mostly I take photos of nature or scenery in my area with a DSLR and have been published a little bit.
Are any photographers here from my hometown of Western Australia? I rarely get to do portraits outside of my own family members but would love to expand my experince. Never had chance to photograph anyone else naked, though I think I would be somewhat shy about it...and definately need practice with regular portraits.
Nice photo. I'm a photography buff and always enjoyed shooting people in candid situations. I normally just shot 35mm and did a lot of black and white for the dramatic effect. That was years ago. A couple of years ago I gave my camera to my daughter. This past year I bought a digital SLR. I am new to nudism and would love to combine my love for the nudist lifestyle with my love for photography.
Hiya I'm based in Cheshire UK and very keen model / photographer for arty nude pics ... all sorts. Really enjoy posing and shooting so please make contact and we can take it further. I also work in London so handy for both locations.
I used to shoot film (B&W) mostly. And yes, I did shoot nudes during that time. Would process and print my own work. LOL, can still smell the chemicals.
I made the jump to digital a few years ago, and shoot Canon equipment mainly. The obvious plus is the instant feedback you get right after taking the shot. Still working on improving my skills with P.S. It's not very intuitive, but you can do things easier, that otherwise would be quite challenging in a darkroom.