The body of work featured in this book are genuine photographs. They have been neither doctored up nor altered. They are in fact the actual prints of the image captured by the objective.
Dani Olivier's creates his effects at the time of the shoots, by projecting complex images and intricate light patterns on his models. He never touches up the originals.
The models are nude. They do not wear enhancing accessories. Their makeup is minimal.
The pictures are taken with a black background. There are no artifacts : Just the models and the light projections. The projections are either abstract or figurative. The final composition is always surreal.
Mr Olivier's unique style is introduced for the first time in this body of work. His abstract and psychedelic nudes are his exclusive creations.
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Art at it's finest.
Great control of lighting and camera.
Great for beginners and pro alike.
Anthology of Nude Photography Review
While everyone enjoys nudes, be it classical sculpture or modern photography, personally, I feel that regardless the medium, the subject is sacred when doing nudes. There were only a handful, maybe only 10 images in total that were not mundane or that did pique interest. While I laud those 10 images and the artist for creating them, I do not feel the rest of those images were of the same quality, nor did they arouse the same level of interest.
Finally, a few images even seemed blatantly sexual, which is appropriate in some contexts, but seems less so to my viewpoint when considering that any child may view this work.
I was disappointed. It's so unfair. Always pics of wen and never men. :(