Sinem In The House
Today I had my first real photo shoot with the lovely model, Sinead. I ended up with 300 or so images after a five hour joint photo shoot with Subster. I am happy with the work I have done and the fact that I took on two of my biggest photography fears: working with people (see unlike animals and landscapes, they talk back...) and working in a studio. Fortunately, I had Subster's guidance through my baby step and his support all the way. I was also blessed with a gorgeous Pamela Anderson/Christina Aguilera look alike who looked good from every possible angle and made the perfect LA pin-up.
I would also love to take this opportunity to respond to a query that seems to be coming up every now and again, generally following Subs' posts of gorgeous women in the nude:
How does Sin take it?
Sin doesn't mind at all.
Firstly having seen Suby at work, I know just how far focused he is on getting the lighting and the composition and the skin tones right to actually get excited by the idea of a naked woman in front of him.
Secondly, these gorgeous women featured at 'Suby and Sin's House' are indeed our guests when they come to us for a shoot and are treated as such, with respect, kindness and care for their wellbeing and Subs would be the last person in the world to even contemplate overstepping that line. To even entertain any feeling of jealousy would mean lack of trust on my part for my husband and lack of respect for these beautiful women who pose for a living.
The long and the short of it would be, I do not get offended at all. In fact, as a woman who takes such pride and pleasure in feminine form and beauty, I cherish the end results of these shoots that involve tastefully showcasing the female form at its best. In the next couple day, you will be seeing the end results of my shoot with lovely, sweet, sexy Sinead.
Words & Photography by Sinem
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