This post is for members only:
Don’t forget this complete film and digital erotic set featuring Bee Bee Gun is available a premium high resolution PDF e-Zine for just $15 here:
Member’s only content: http://mikstacey.com/members-area/2019/2/3/ill-shoot-anyone
Another nude dude in your feed for ya. In the name of balance and variation and a host of other stuff. #boring
If you are a male, any age, any dimension, or a female with any characteristics (in fact I’m more interested in those who do not fit the social norm for ‘beauty’ and have a story to tell), and would enjoy being photographed then let me know. I will photograph anyone, big, small, white, black, old, young. Beauty is not confined to 20 to 30 year old females. .
#makemodel #shootmoremen #igpromotesphotographerswhopromoteinequality
This shot by Dr. Clayton @eric_clayton02
The natural version of the image can be found in the member’s area:
Censorship of both the male and female body is now more rigid than we’ve seen in the last few decades - largely due to the sheer flood of nude and/or revealing imagery via social media. It’s a complex matter. We’re all aware of the social norm fo beauty and the pressure on women to conform to that - and we’re aware of the fallout - the damaging psychological outcomes. Censorship is one device that contributes to this by essentially “shaming’ various aspects of our bodies; genitals, breasts, nipples, butts and pubic hair.
I’m currently exploring this topic, both visually and otherwise. Here’s an interesting excerpt from an article written by Esther Young in ‘The Owl’; a student edited publication from Santa Clara, California. (https://santaclaraowl.com/). It addresses various concerns from a female point of view, whereas my interest is at a higher level, irrespective of gender.
‘Media’s treatment of the female body is a disappointing reflection of what this culture deems beautiful or ugly. In American culture, body hair is considered ugly and even trespassing social media safety guidelines. Even women’s hair removal product companies, though aimed at selling their razors and shaving creams to women, do not allow the appearance of actual body hair in their ads. This censorship conveys the message that a woman in her unaltered, unshaven state is unacceptable and even offensive. This upholds a double standard of beauty. While photos of bikini-clad women in their unaltered states are censored, naked celebrities photo-shopped to glossy, toned “perfection” are splashed across magazine covers and the same social media sites that censor nipples and female body hair. Women in their natural states are censored while photo-shopped images of the female body are used to sell and make profit, while promoting an unnatural and idealized standard of beauty. Meanwhile, ads showing men with pubic hair peeking out from the top of their Calvin Klein underwear are also freely displayed.’
Concept and Set-up: @staceymikephoto
Link to this member’s only post: https://www.mikestacey.com/members-area/2018/12/18/what-is-erotica-featuring-nakita-fox
This post includes preview images from the e-Zine: ‘A CUP OF TEA, AN APPLE, A SHOWER AND A LIE DOWN featuring Nakita Fox.
Also included is a good definition of Erotica which was lifted out of artlimited.net - a European forum I hold in high regard.
This post of subscription based content is for member’s only. You can sign up here.
If you are a subscribed member to the member’s area just hit this link:
25 high resolution images of one of the most experienced art models in the business. This post showcases many of Anne’s abilities. The 25 images are spread across 2 main categories: