The main aim of fine art nude photography is to capture the natural beauty of the human body. You can take impressive pictures if you skillfully play with shadows and lights. Add some posing and creative expression and the success is guaranteed.
Christina Aguilera may have been feeling a little "dirrty" because she hopped into the tub for a very public soak. The Grammy winner stripped down for an unexpected photo shoot in a bathroom and shared the racy photos with fans on social media Thursday. In the series of black and white pictures, the songstress poses in a rectangular tub with wet blond hair and a bare, dimly lit background.
We tend to repeat what hurts us, things, and ghosts of things …! A blizzard had passed in the night, leaving the roads so empty the traffic lights looked superfluous. Sara had just bought a condo.
All photography courtesy of author. Toronto is a funny place. Fifteen years ago it seemed that no one could give a fuck about it. Now people are flocking here due to rapid gentrification and limitless selfie opportunities.
Fans on the internet used circumstantial evidence to crown Bloom the clear winner in the picture battle, in what amounted to a shadow showdown. The "Love Yourself" singer is no stranger to showing off, previously ditching his swimsuit in October while laying poolside at a luxurious tropical villa. Bloom, on the other hand, publicly stripped down to his birthday suit for the first time this week while jumping on a paddleboard with girlfriend Katy Perry in Italy.
It's a trend that surely no celebrity wants to be a part of, but seems to be becoming more and more commonplace. In a series of now-deleted offensive tweets posted by the hackers on Charles' Twitter account, the person or group who obtained access to his iCloud data threatened to post a nude photo of him. Once Charles reclaimed his account, he posted it himself.
Following an outcry over a video in which internet personality Sam Pepper pinched and groped women on the street, four women have come forward this week to accuse the former U. Big Brother contestant of sexually harassing and assaulting them. Over the weekend, Pepper, 25, published what he described as a prank video on his YouTube channel. The video featured Pepper going up to women on the street and asking for directions.
The nude has been a muse to artists as long as there has been art. Another venerable idea — presenting multiple views of the same nude model — dangles the enticing promise of getting a glimpse into the creative process. Both shows will be on view throughout all galleries at the Griffin Museum of Photography through June 12,