Why does nude photography look like pornographic?

Naked photographs are usually viewed in one of two ways, no matter how pornographic or visual they are. The key to a successful nude photography is to learn how to do it in such a way that when looking at the photographs there is no doubt that they are clearly intended for artistic creation.

The rules of nude photography.

First, there are several clear rules that photographers who wish to photograph artistic nudes must comply.

Rule 1. Never take a nude photo of a person under 18 and never without the full knowledge and consent of the person. In addition to being 18 years of age or older, the person to be photographed must be sensible, have legal responsibility for themselves and exercise good judgment, that is, not be exposed to alcohol, drugs or anything else.

The only exception to this rule is to take photographs of a “naked child”, and most photographers apply the “only up to one year” rule to them with the consent of the parents and with the presence of the parents.

In some cases, parents can take a picture of a naked child older than one year in the bathroom, running around the house after they learn to undress, and things like that, but this is also an exception, and this is with their children or grandchildren

Why does nude photography look like pornographic?

Rule 2. Always have a clear understanding, preferably in writing, with a model of how, when and by whom and by whom nude photographs will be used, printed or published. I could write a full article on this alone, but that sums it up quite a bit.

Take your advice from the work of artisans

Take time to study bare paintings of good taste of teachers, famous sculptures of nudes and sketches of nudes of good taste, for example, those presented in art class, which are shown in art books or cathedral ceilings. It should be noted that, although at some point they were potentially contradictory, these nudes are now clearly considered art, for example, the statue of David by Michelangelo.

Focus on body lines.

There are several differences that form a thin line between art and pornography. The nudes of the fine arts glorify the lines and shape of the human body as it is, but do not attach special importance to the genitals or other parts of the body. Artistic nudes should not be sexually or sexually suggestive. They do not intend to arouse sexual interest in the viewer.

Blind portrait with light

Nude art photographyincludes more than a naked body. It also includes the study and deliberate use of light to sculpt and illuminate the body, its lines and its shape. This requires the ability to represent the body in a way that implies grace and femininity of femininity, masculinity and masculinity. This requires an artistic vision that is not to photograph. This is the art of creating a portrait.