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  3. Through the eyes of my lover

    - Woodstock NY

    Shot by #cub, post work and styling, me

     
  4. thliii:

    10.20.14                                 Vélo

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

     
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    10.17.14                              Little Girl Blue

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

     
  6. thliii:

    10.16.14                             Untitled (part II)

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

    (via thliii)

     
  7. Red dahlia & pastel 

    (c) aaron tsuru

    http://tsurufoto.com/

     
  8. thliii:

    10.16.14                           Sapphire Motel

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

     
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    10.14.14                             Vacancy

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

    (via thliii)

     

  10. Anonymous said: Would you say your photographs of women contribute to the narrow definition of beauty often defined by the industry/the media? I see mostly thin/busty/perfect booties in your photos. I'd say some of your photos are a bit objectifying. It's the same type of photos I see on magazine covers, with pristine, hairless, fat-less bodies with full lips and perfectly arched eyebrows. How would you respond to this critique? Would you be willing to shoot more everyday, average, beautiful women?

    maxthompsonphoto:

    First I’d like to thank you for taking the time to view my work on the scale you have. To answer your question, I’m sure there are many that will feel what I convey in my craft is contributing to the definition of beauty you’re addressing. On the grand scale of things, this comes back to the never ending discussion about defining beauty. I will say that I never pick up a camera with the intent to objectify women. I make art with models to show beauty to the world. Half the time I shoot with girls who’ve never been in front of a camera before. It’s all about highlighting each persons personal and unique attributes. So I do actually shoot what you refer to as everyday, average, beautiful women very often. I just show them a different way of seeing themselves, and they’re always excited when I send the photos to them. People want to feel beautiful and confident, and my pictures show how I see them in that sense. It’s up to the viewers of my pictures to decide how they feel about what they’re looking at. 

    Eloquently answered.

     
  11. Objects may appear closer - © April-lea Hutchinson

    http://soamused.tumblr.com/

     
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    10.12.14                             Untitled

    Model/Stylist/Mentor: The Fabulous Tanya Dakin

    Theodore Lewis  Prints 

     
  14. tsurufoto:

    red dahlia & pastel with tanyadakin

    (c) aaron tsuru

     
  15. soamused:

    My Modeling blog is up and running again. Follow me :) 

    https://www.tumblr.com/blog/the-days-of-april

    "Never start a relationship with some one that won’t accept me as me.. or support my love for art and nude modeling."

    Believe in your own art! Believe in yourself. True friends will remain!

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    After a short break for love, April is back to modeling, and doing what she always loved. go follow her.