Finding models.

The most common question I’m asked is how do you find the models. The only reasonable answer I can give is with difficulty. Pretty girls who take their clothes off so pervy looking geezers can take snaps of them don’t grow on trees. My main source nowadays are the model portfolio websites. At first glance they appear to be chock-a-block with suitable material but don’t be fooled, a good proportion of the so called models therein are chancers and unreliability is rife. Failure to answer emails about sensible work offers, deluded ideas on how much they are worth, you suffer the lot here. Tracking down the birds of paradise in this jungle can make you madder than Mad Jack McMad. If you are just starting out don’t fall into the trap of believing that because you don’t know what you are doing it might be better not to waste your money and use a raw amateur. That’s just two people in the room who haven’t got a clue. Disaster time methinks. Try and hire an experienced professional model. These girls know more about photography and modelling than most blokes with cameras so making the task of getting decent snaps easier. Christ, they even make my stuff look as if it was shot by a genius on occasions.

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Denial?

The more I read the worthless ramblings of the cunts, sorry, art nude photographers, on the modelling website forums the more I mutter the word denial. These cunts, sorry, art nude photographers, are forever arguing the point that the business of taking art nude photographs is utterly nonsexual. Well I have question. If it is nonsexual why do most of them use attractive young females when, if the subject matter is all about light and form, a hairy arsed bloke is just as suitable. Answers on a postcard please.

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