This one has been invited to a photography show at the Peter Miller Fine Art Photography Gallery in Providence, Rhode Island. Show was juried by Rob Van Petten. Photo was taken in Vermont so an east coast outing seems appropriate. Show runs from May 21 to June 12, 2015 if you happen to be in […]
Don’t often to get accepted into shows in my local area. I’m blaming midwestern uptightness and my general subject matter. That said, I took a chance on a show called “Interpretive Landscape” that’s opening in Longmont, Colorado June 12 at 6 p.m. and got in!!! My idea of interpretive landscape is to add a nude–of […]
Not a show. This is a print sale and contest. New thing for me to try. I sent the accepted (juried) images to sponsors of the contest. They print and offer the unmatted, unframed prints for sale. They also select cash winners. Wish me luck. Jackson Hole, Wyoming was a cow-town when I was growing […]
Here’s the cropped version of the same photograph. Both include a lot of environment, more than I usually like to include, but, in this case, I’m trying to show the figure as small in a larger world. The cropped photograph gives a bit more focus to the figure. In the uncropped photograph, the overhanging branch […]
A friend, who also does fine art nude photography, hates props. He thinks the human form unadorned is cheapened by the addition of mirrors, machines or almost anything else. Hard enough to make the skin tone right, capture the muscle tone and movement. I nod my head. He’s right, of course. And he’s wrong. When […]
New photo technique makes classic nude that is like a line drawing.
Back-to-Back a photograph from Jerrie Hurd’s Red Photo Series is shown and discussed.
wackywits.com cartoon fits a blog about fine art nudes and prove not all discussions of nudity are crude.
Too Many Legs is a Jerrie Hurd photograph that uses a mirror to create made-you-look-twice abstract image.
Red Flowers, a Jerrie Hurd fine art nude, is an example of simplicity is form and shape.
Extreme studio lighting and colored gel creates a fine art nude that looks like a slice of red.