A post shared by Roxy Herve roxy. Likes to knit, play adventure video games and host quiz nights at a local bar. We shot them in an absolutely heroic, almost commercial style, as if they were stretching out from a century long sleep in the darkness of mattress shadows and drawers. Experimenting in a medium that is not second nature to us has really helped us grow as creatives. London-based photographer Gyokko told me about his first experience. Gyokko is very technical in his approach. Brooklyn-based photographers Constance and Eric have decided to break the negative aura that surrounds sexuality in our commercialized world and they found an interesting and quite innovative way of doing so — by photographing ordinary couples in the most intimate of acts.
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Couples Erotic Photoshoot in London
I figured this happened more often, I just think people and photographers are much more discreet about it back then and still are. Then, rather than shooting at the couple's home, which might have had too much of a family atmosphere, she suggested booking a hotel room. What do you enjoy the most in your work and what do you find especially rewarding? We are critiquing all of it, the over produced, performance based porn industry, the skinny under 20 fashion world, the world that ignores, or even worse, fears, female sexuality, people so unable to interpret life through reason that they take a 2, year old book literally and without context, all of them. Abstract approach is a novelty in the field of erotic photography. I thought your questions were leading to something like this. These educators, coaches, creatives, activists, and advocates are the spearhead of this paradigm shift and we wanted a way to share their work with our audience.