What day comes after Saturday? I am looking for studio models and outdoor fine art nude models. Experience preferred but I am more interested in finding the right fit. These are very specific image styles, posing and locations and I need someone who is comfortable nude, takes direction well, is flexible, has an adventurous spirit and is not shy. Women only please!
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To view this content you need to create an account or log in. Fine art nude photography is unique in that the nude form is your blank canvas. The possibilities for expression are endless. There is no clothing to detract from the subject, just the model in all their purity. This is why posing, one of your strongest elements for expressions, is of the utmost importance when it comes to creating beautiful fine art nude images.
Titian — Venus of Urbino No one has ever painted naked women as gorgeously as Titian did. His ravishing Venus is a lover laying her beauty bare, and the recipient of her optical largesse is anyone who happens to stand in front of this painting in the Uffizi gallery in Florence, Italy. Titian creates with mind-boggling skill the lavish presence of this nude: There's something divine about such beauty. Some people find profundity in religious art, in abstract art, in conceptual art.
Equus by Sergio Valle Duarte Nudes by Augusto De Luca Re-reading of The Dream of the Fisherman's Wife , by Sergio Valle Duarte The distinction between fine art and glamour is often one of marketing , with fine art being sold through galleries or dealers in limited editions signed by the artist, and glamour photos being distributed through mass media. For some, the difference is in the gaze of the model, with glamour models looking into the camera, while art models do not. One of the first was Irving Penn , who progressed from Vogue magazine to photographing fashion models such as Kate Moss nude. Richard Avedon , Helmut Newton and Annie Leibovitz  have followed a similar path with portraits of the famous, many of them nude. The work of Joyce Tenneson has gone the other way, from fine art with a unique, soft-focus style showing woman at all stages of life to portraiture of famous people and fashion photography.