Erotic Photography Exposed
Conservative Nude Photography Is Not An Oxymoron
Well it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on EditorialNudes.com due to my busy schedule, and I certainly don’t want anyone to think I’m not around, so I’ve decided to make this post a little more provocative, but I’m still sticking with my more conservative approach to nude photography.
Definition of “erotic” by Merriam-Webster online dictionary.
No it’s not an oxymoron, there is such a thing as conservative nudes. In fact this article is focuses on conservative, “erotic” nudes. Sure to raise a few eyebrows, as it’s not what I typically post, but I’ll let you in on a little secret, I’ve been working on a future collector’s book that will showcase some of my erotic style of shooting.
But before I get any further, let’s look at the word “erotica.” According to the online Merriam-Webster dictionary, “of, devoted to, or tending to arouse sexual love or desire.” This dictionary also gives, as it’s first example, the use of the word as follows: “the erotic aspects of the story of Beauty and the Beast,” and it’s followed with a link to the “kids” version, which is the same definition as the previous one on that link. That’s right, Merriam-Webster associated erotic with a Walt Disney movie!
Further research online, led me to some sites that talk about erotic dancing, erotic music, erotic books, etc., but unfortunately, with the advance of the Internet, when you pair up erotic and photography to form “erotic photography,” many negative connotations and perceptions begin to form in people’s minds. I base this conclusion on my personal experiences when I discuss erotic photography or photos to most people that ask about my nude photography.
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