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Every now and then, I am asked what I do for a living. And I can now answer without hesitation, with a proud and sincere face, that I photograph male nudes. To this answer I usually get -- at least for an instant -- a surprised look, followed by "So, you're a photographer?" "Well, yes, among other things." It took me a long time to embrace my "male nude photographer" identity. After all, up until recently, I was known as a "consultant" or a "project manager." These are more common and socially accepted identities or titles. I also don't mingle with other photographers or live in the "Male Nude Photographer Village." But now, more than ever, I feel content with my place in the world. I feel "in my skin," liberated, as though I finally have the upper hand over the proverbial cookie cutter. "Do you also photograph female nudes?" is a common follow-up question. Reading between the lines, there appears to be an assumption that as a man I should partake in photographing female nudes. After all, I live in somewhat traditional Slovakia, and not in liberal "anything goes, be who you want to be" New York. Thus, my "logical explanation" is: "No. There are already so many guys who photograph female nudes. It would be really hard to stand out and to make a living that way. So, I specialize in male nudes." As we pass a bikini ad on a billboard, I continue to say "The world does not need any more convincing that women are beautiful. Just look around. Anywhere. I am trying to level the playing field." There is a pause, a nod, a momentary sign showing agreement, which quickly turns into a slightly skeptical expression. "And are you really able to make a living from photographing male nudes?" "Well yes. Believe it or not, there is a gap in the market."
While trends are moving in a different direction to my liking, I can simply describe my take on photography of male nudes as "guys doing guy things -- naked." A guy is making breakfast. Why not do it naked? A guy is taking his bike out for a spin. Why not do it naked? Guys are out having a drink together. Why not do it naked? A guy is giving a presentation at work. Why not do it naked? The trick is to capture these situations in the most casual, authentic and "hidden camera" manner possible. For me, this is an aspirational direction rather than something I am able to fully achieve today.
There are undoubtedly inherent differences, regardless of what type of photography you are producing. The best male model poses generally need a masculine look, so there are a few things you can do to make that happen. But in the end, the same skillset is required no matter who your subjects are. You've got to be proficient with your camera and a master of the soft skills necessary to make people feel comfortable in front of your lens.
Posing men can be a challenge. While the general poses may look the same as those used with female models, there are some significant differences that the photographer needs to keep in mind. All photography is about capturing the essence of a person, or the vision of the photographer. In capturing images of models, we're also capturing what makes a person unique. And along with that, we use society's lens and aim it at a person. Are we looking to reinforce stereotypes or shatter them? The answer probably changes daily with each photoshoot. It's a natural part of the creative process.
Like all other posing, the typical male model poses for photoshoot settings are divided into three primary categories: standing, sitting, and reclined. But within this basic framework, there is plenty of room for variation. Modifications can be added with different leg, arm, and hand placement. The photographer can frame poses differently, depending on if they want a full-length, three-quarters, or headshot image. Here are some best tips for mastering headshot photography.
Classic standing poses all apply to men as well as women. The difference is that with men, you must find a balance between too rigid and too soft. Motion is a great way to soften an image while maintaining the chiseled features and dominant look you may be going for. The best male model poses for photoshoot use are usually ones taken while moving.
Another way to loosen the frame and make an image appear more natural is to have the model lean on something. Walls are good, and you can have them stand on one leg while bending the other. The shot can be taken from any angle. Leaning adds a relaxed flair to photos, and when combined with other techniques outlined below, it can be the perfect look for male models.
Another common look in regular and nude male model poses is the hair swipe. The model runs his fingers through his hair while looking at the camera. Depending on the facial expression, it can be anything from a sultry playful look to a simple candid moment.
Lil Nas X will delight you with her nude and sexy photos! This 23-year-old handsome man devotes a lot of time to keeping himself in great physical shape. That is why he often takes hot naked selfies. Here Lil Nas X is standing in the middle of the room completely nude, covering his cock with a T-shirt. But this singer takes a photo while standing in the bathroom. At the same time, white foam only partially hides his ideal pumped-up body from our views.
Andrew Garfield looked incredibly hot during a photo shoot for GQ 2022-23. This male celebrity posed in a long latex raincoat, which added to his special sexuality. This actor also did not hesitate to strip and stay in leather pants. In the meantime, Andrew Garfield took various poses for the photo, you will have the opportunity to admire his beefy torso with small nipples. Agree, this 39-year-old handsome man is in wonderful physical shape!
These men are poets, and their portraits were taken by female photographers to illustrate poems about the topic of the male muse. Bennett, the founder of Wild Woman Press, began this project to raise money for Type 1 diabetes, a disease her three-year-old son Django has been diagnosed with.
One photographer involved in the project is Izzi Ramsay, who has dedicated her career to studying the nude figure. She has also worked as the director and curator of a London-based photo gallery, and an Art Psychotherapist and Counselor. Her portrait is of Alan Buckley, who won the 2010 Wigtown Poetry Competition, and was shortlisted for the Picador Poetry Prize that same year. He is pictured stretched out sleepily near a window, a visual adaptation of poet Pascale Petiti's "Sun and Life."
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