Where I am, the temperature is getting colder and you can tell it is autumn and heading for winter in due course. Well to heat up things, I thought I’d use some sexy pictures to spice things up. Here are some saucy but classy shots of famous people to have a gander at( I’m sure many people will notice that I do love Kelly Brook a lot.)
I highly enjoyed writing about photography the last time I did it. And seeing the continued good response to it, I thought it was best to discuss another photographer and a certain set of photographs with you. Today is Mario Testino and his towel series. There is something very simplistic to these shots, and the black and white brings touches of sophistication to them. An organic and natural feeling emerges from the shots, allowing the subjects to be captured in a state of undress but a feeling of being comfortable too. I am a real sucker for black and white photography as it oozes class. And there is just something about taking simplicity and making it very good that I glean from these shots. Be the judge yourself, what do you think?
If you’ve had a bad day and want something to brighten it, let me do that for you. Following in this post will be some sexy magazine covers that will certainly blow those cobwebs away and bring smiles to you, and even a shock or nice giggle. The sexiness will be balanced out to include men and women as I agree with equal opportunities.
A while back I discussed the excellent work of Ellen Von Unwerth. She is still one of my favourite photographers and while surfing the net today, I came across a selection of her photos that somehow I hadn’t seen. As you will see from the images below, they are really sexy but they have a feeling of class and playfulness to them in my opinion. I love the pairing of Claudia Schiffer and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and the old-school style of the shots. Be sure to let me know what you make of the photographs as I love hearing different opinions.
Hi everyone, today is the arrival of a new feature on my blog. Besides movies and televisions, photography is another one of my passions. So I decided to begin a series of posts that discuss and analyse the work of famous photographers. Today is the turn of Ellen Von Unwerth.
Now the first thing I always notice about a photo from Ellen Von Unwerth is the candour of it. Rather than the always glamorous sheen of Hollywood that hangs over many a photo shoot, her photos have an edge to them that refuses to conform to the rules. She features her subjects doing everyday things and captures them almost unvarnished and heavily made up, giving her shots a certain messy quality that goes against the grain. Sexuality plays a big part of her work. Fantasies and fetishes play out through her shots, with humour covering a number of them and aggression forming another. Her work celebrates the female form in sexual terms as well as a sense of control, that doesn’t feel exploitative. She gets her subjects to live in front of the camera and not just be motionless and pouting. So there are my thoughts on her work and below are some of her shots. What do you make of them? Do they make you interested in her work? Whatever the case, please leave an opinion.