I love Black and White portraits. It takes me back to the 80’s & 90’s when I shot only on Illford FP4 & HP5, and spent hours in a Darkroom processing images; and while some people hate back & white portraits and photographs as being “primitive” I disagree, they is an elegance & art to a good monochromatic image, you can’t hide mistakes behind the dynamic range of colour
Did a shoot with two beautiful ladies last night; I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves.
So yesterday I had a bit of a journey; up at 7am on a Sunday morning to jump on a train from the Midlands all the way to Portsmouth to do a shoot at a fantastic Dungeon with three Dominatrices and one Slave. One of the Doms I’ve worked with many times before, but it’s always fun meeting new people and shooting content for their websites (especially when they are really photogenic). Then after four hours shooting jumping on the train back to Birmingham to start edit the images.
No, not the Band, the things we walk though everyday; but how often do we stop and look at these portals which take us from the outside to the inside. I’ve started to do a little study of pre-1940’s doors in this city, as post World War II they seem to become quite boring, but our Victorian forebears knew how to make a Grand Entrance (if you’ll forgive the pun).
Shooting in Wolverhampton on Sunday with a beautiful model, we did five sets in 4 hours leading up to implied nudity. The model’s name is Phoenix (I guess due to her fiery red hair) & as you can probably tell is a full time fetish model who is used to being in front of the camera lens. I really hope I get the chance to work with this beautiful lass once more as this is the second time I have shoot with her now.