I feel a bit conflicted filing this under “Project L”, as these photos aren’t purely that; these photos show the fine details, those little things that are part of making latex that interesting. But then again, it can be argued that by showing the fine details and by focusing on smaller details can show people what’s so great about the shiny surface.
The other reason was simpler; people like abstract shapes, especially ones that aren’t overly sexualized. Seeing that the prints of Project L that sell the most on Redbubble are the ones that don’t have faces in them, I’ll just jump on the bandwagon and do what people seem to like. It was a blast shooting these images, too!
Shooting details in a studio environment is somewhat beyond my comfort zone, but going beyond what’s comfortable helps to improve. Editing these images took a lot of time due to constant cat hair getting everywhere and the need to photoshop it out for the prints, but here they are – enjoy! And if you like a photo, you could always buy a print of it at Photour’s Redbubble.
There few behind the scenes photos available, and as usual, I’ll be publishing them few days later with more information about the necessary work put into these images.
And don’t worry, I’ll be returning to your scheduled, regular Project Ls after this – this is just a spinoff of some sort!
Ps: we’re also on Facebook!
Latex used in the project:
Black Princess catsuit by Libidex
Black & red Ribbon Waspie corset by Libidex
Beautiful images! Very interesting idea, i cought myself looking at this pictures and thinking they are more then only some pictures showing women wearing latex. Its art! Keeping this in mind i looked at some of your other shoots and found some pictures I would also add to this category. Showing the special things about the material… as art.
So for example the first images of Project L 6, some landscape images with only little amount of people of Project L 12 (behind the scene), some of Project L 16 (behind the scenes) and of course a lot of other more i did not see this time.
Thank you for this great work!
I like the way you approach latex – not in fashion photo or fetish style but rather as a casual clothing. Latex as a wear while doing violin exercises, as one of your nice models does, or writing or developing digital photos is quite wonderful.
Besides the nice models that contributed to your pictures, the locations in city and nature are fine.