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10 First Time Published Nudes of Ten Models

Often as photographers after a photo shoot with a model, we crank out a photograph or two, then quickly fall behind with life’s daily challenges followed by another shoot. This never ending cycle often means we’ll pass on photos that normally deserve a second look hoping to get back to them soon, but more than often, we slowly forget about them until we find some time to go back and look at our archives or accidentally run across them.

Nude Model, Calgary Canada, Photo Workshop

Brianna poses nude in a 1912 abandoned school house that now is being renovated.

Recently, while researching for a specific photo, I decided to make a directory on my computer to store photos I wanted to revisit and now I’ve decided to share ten of them with you. Though you might recognize a few from previously published photos, or a variation thereof, these ten photos appear here for the first time when it comes to publication. It’s time to share them to the world through EditorialNudes.com and I hope you enjoy them along with the bit of information on how they were created.

Brianna Plays With Fire

Brianna poses in a door way at an old, abandoned school from 1912 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada during one of my photography workshops there. When I saw the light coming through the doorway along with the “fire” sign and alarm each side, my photojournalism “juxtaposition” genre of photography kicked in for this idea. Notice how her hands lead you to each fire related product.

Camera: Canon 5D Mark II, Lens: Canon 85mm F/1.2L USM, Effective Focal Length: 85mm, Aperture: F/1.2, Shutter Speed: 1/160, White Balance: 6000K, ISO: 400


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4 Comments

  1. Excellent mini-tutorial. Pls do more of these.

    • Thank you! I plan on doing more of these as I have time between my workshops and travels. Thanks again, rg.

  2. Great Stuff Rolando! I’m looking forward to your next trip to Rockville so we can swap more stories about dinfos and about King George!
    Best,
    Steve

    • Thank you sir! I look forward in seeing you again soon in Rockville. Thanks!

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Rolando Gomez Philosophy on Nude Photography
Editorial Nudes is not a website where you’ll find pornography, nor is this a website where models are underage, this is a website that showcases another genre of my art, though I want to clarify, nudity should never be a requirement for photography. Nudity is not for everyone, but for those that can appreciate the beauty of the human form and can handle it with maturity and common sense. I hope you’ll enjoy how I view nudity through my camera lens, often in a more editorial format. Read more about my philosophy on nude photography here.

Photographer Helmut Newton Had It Right On Nude Photography
While many famous photographers are known for other genres of photography, such as fashion, commercial, landscape and photojournalism photography, almost all have shot a nude photograph at some point in their careers. Whether it was fashion nude, editorial nude, Playboy nude, fine-art nude, implied nude, or some form of nude photography, some photographer captured a nude photo somewhere.

Then there were those like Helumut Newton, who were catapult into more fame for their nude photography than their commercial or fashion magazine photography. It’s been said that Simon de Pury, the head of the New York/London auction house Phillips de Pury & Company, while having a discussion with Helmut Newton about the then upcoming inaugural show for his Zurich gallery, asked Newton, “…What else do you have?” Newton replied, “My landscapes, but nobody wants to see those.”

Newton was correct and soon “Sex and Landscapes” was conceived for that inaugural show in 2001. While undoubtedly the late Newton has help put the “PC” in nude photography over the years, it’s not that nude photography is so bad in our private conscious, it’s the difficulty of the use of the word in our vocabulary and the use of nude images in our visual arts—like a fear, our own society is the guilty culprit and it’s time for us to “grow up” and accept the beauty nude photography brings, especially when captured correctly.

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