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CharlieFarley is off-lineSilver Member
18 December 2013 11:19
charlielou
Model
charlielou
Location
United Kingdom
West Sussex
worthing

I need help people.Im looking to going into the higher stages of glamour modelling this would be for me working up to full frontal nude. I uave done nude work before yet it has all been implied. I do topless aswell. Any advise from models and togs xx


18 December 2013 11:47
Socialdisaster
Photographer


not really sure what you are asking for advice about?

it's like what you do already, but with less clothes.
Modesty is just arrogance in stealth mode


18 December 2013 12:31
Glossypinklipstick
Photographer


Quote from Socialdisaster
not really sure what you are asking for advice about? it's like what you do already, but with less clothes.


Hehe Quote of the day -lol.
Paul www.glossypinklipstick.co.uk


Gerry is off-line
18 December 2013 12:40
Gerry99111
Photographer
Gerry99111
Location
United Kingdom
Surrey
Guildford

I assume you mean you have hands strategically posed so someone cannot see your ladybits where as full frontal nude means that. Just be careful you know the difference between an open leg glamour pose and a full frontal one and that coincides with the photographers view. For example at what point does a bum in the air rear shot show too much and become open leg.

I have a number of art nude full frontal shots on my portfolio you would be expected to do at least that level but with more of a glamour feel
If you have to ask why I do it, you will never understand the reason why


Sav~ is off-lineGold Member
19 December 2013 06:43
SteveSav
Photographer
SteveSav
Location
United Kingdom
West Yorkshire
Sheffield/ Wakefield

Advise not needed, just do it..........
You pick your blonde out neatly from the smoke, Always you wait for someone else though, always ~


19 December 2013 09:27
Glossypinklipstick
Photographer


When I ventured into nude I asked a model who I knew to "break me in to the genre". I explained where I was with it and it was no issue she was patient and understanding and the images i gave her were better than she had been given previously. I suggest you find a photographer either you trust or by recommendation for their professionalism.

As a photographer I discuss what will be on show in advance so it's never a surprise and this forms part of my contact mail. I ask what level they shoot to and what that means to them. If it's unclear we batter out the details.This sometimes means a frank discussion and calling bits by their polite common names -using pet names isn't always helpful as if you cant talk about it professionally how are you going to show it?.

When it comes to the nudity bit I always make it clear we have come to the point of disrobing.

Something that has worked for me with inexperienced nude models -If your not sure -start with some images turned away from camera or implied in your case and shoot as many as you need to get comfortable. Then gradually change positions until your front facing or whatever the image is.You will probably find you have forgotten all about the nudity and are concentrating on other things like hand positions or such like.

If you keep it professional and business like there is generally no issue, embarasment or uncomfortable/awkwardness.!
Paul www.glossypinklipstick.co.uk


Amber West is off-line
22 December 2013 05:22
Amber6
Model
Amber6
Location
United Kingdom
Dumfries and Galloway


Full frontal is what you see if you stand face on in front of a full length mirror, naked, with your hands by your side. Basically nothing covering your bits. Most photographers who shoot nude - art or glamour, prefer it as it means you won't be worried about a nipple slip or someone seeing your lady garden.


HowardJ is off-line
22 December 2013 09:07
HowardJ
Photographer
HowardJ
Location
United Kingdom
Surrey
West Midlands

Quote from Amber6
Full frontal is what you see if you stand face on in front of a full length mirror, naked, with your hands by your side. Basically nothing covering your bits. Most photographers who shoot nude - art or glamour, prefer it as it means you won't be worried about a nipple slip or someone seeing your lady garden.



Yep, what she said.


Hannah Louise is off-line
22 December 2013 13:51
HannLou
Model
HannLou
Location
United Kingdom
Cheshire
Wirral

Quote from Gerry99111
Just be careful you know the difference between an open leg glamour pose and a full frontal one and that coincides with the photographers view. For example at what point does a bum in the air rear shot show too much and become open leg.



THIS!!
I've had a photographer who I'm CONVINCED took images (in my opinion) at an inappropriate angle. The rational side of me knows that it was probably a misunderstanding and that he just doesn't draw the line at the same point I do. Still, I can't confirm or deny for sure as the shoot was over 7 weeks ago and he's yet to send me even the unedited versions... very suspicious! Still, I'm going off on a tangent here, sorry.

But in all seriousness, I'd say it steps over the line when you start seeing erm.. "pink bits" :P


Cliff Chester is off-lineGold Member
23 December 2013 19:44
cliffc
Photographer
cliffc
Location
United Kingdom
London



It is up to how far you want to go and been seen on model sites. you can get a friend you can trust to take the photos you want on your camera and see if you like, if you don't then delete them. If you do like it then find a photographer and see if you want to take it any further before you make any final decision. Mirrors are fine for model practice. but you not showing your self anyone, and this is what you will be doing.



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