Yesterday I posted a blog about my boudoir shoot with Angel. After finishing that style we set about shooting fashion and fashion nude in the hour we had left together.
I read a debate recently where the discussion was about art nude as a separate and distinct style. The majority of those taking part thought that fashion nude is becoming more and more mainstream; I have been to a couple of runway shows where there has been more than a little flesh on show and tended to agree with the majority opinion. Take a look at fashion magazines and you can see for yourself.
When planning out this blog that debate presented me with a problem, whether or not I should include some fashion nude images from our shoot. I thought long and hard about it and on this occasion I decided not to. You can see a selection of shots from the full set if you wish by clicking on the links at the top and bottom of this page.
There are two shots in this post, the first showing Angel in her denim jacket. Once upon a time I had a jacket like that in my younger biking days. I wore it constantly throughout the summer and it grew more and more faded until it became threadbare and disintegrated, however, that’s another story. Even so, whenever I see one of those jackets being worn I’m instantly transported back to the beach at Felixstowe during the hot summer of 1976. Memories!
The second shot shows Angel wearing a pair of black shorts and some sunglasses. There are some nice full length shots of Angel in this set, but my ‘no nudity’ decision for this post blog stops me from posting them.
Having broached the subject of nudity on my posts, I would be very interested in your views on whether you would be put off from reading my posts if more nudity were included. In the past I have tended to mark some posts as NSFW (not safe for work) but I’m not sure whether that is necessary or not. Why not make a comment on this page and let me know your views? I would love to hear what you have to say on the matter.