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Server Data Center Nudes

Candice, server data center, cat 5 cables nude

Candice poses with ethernet cables.

Sometimes you have your photography model muse, sometimes you don’t.  More often you don’t, but when she does show up, and you don’t have anything specific in mind for a shooting location, you start to ask around, as I did in this case while Candice was visiting in San Antonio.

One of my photographer friends volunteered his “server facility” for our use, so I said, “Why not?”  Last I remember, especially in the years I worked for the Air Force News Agency, secure server racks are very off-limits, due to security, sensitive electronics, high-voltage power supplies, and the fact that just one accidental button pushed or fiber cable jarred loose can screw up an entire technical facility and worse yet, wipe out an entire database system.

Because the location where we were at is “security sensitive,” it even made it more challenging.  Let me clarify, not government security sensitive as in security clearances, as this was a non-governmental location, but sensitive from the precious data the servers stored and moved on a millisecond-by-millisecond basis, all database facilities are gold that can turn into pewter if not safely secured.
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2 Comments

  1. An interesting choice of settings, and I like the concept – however, I’m sure IT guys around the world will love these photos.

    • Margaret,

      Thanks for the comment and my apologies for the late reply. Been busy shooting more nudes for more photoblog posts! Thanks again!

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