Erotic Photography Hacks for Everyone
Hosted by David Corey, Angry Pony Photography
Whether you’re a swinging couple, an adult model, or hobbyist photographer, most of us don’t have access to a photography studio or a cool abandoned building with lots of light to capture great erotic pictures and videos. Instead, we’re left to do our work (and our play) in more confined, sometimes uninspiring locales. Hotel rooms, private homes, apartments, or the occasional outdoor location. All of these can make it difficult to create great images.
This workshop will introduce both hobbyist and pro photographers and models to some of my go-to tricks in making a hotel room (and other spaces) “disappear” while amplifying the tonality and sensuality of the final pictures. I’ll cover such hacks as bodyscapes and tight body shots, silhouetting and window backlight, masks and light prop use, adapting camera perspectives to suit the space, and how to shoot using mirrors and showers. I explain how to map the room and choose the best angles, spaces, and corners before you begin. I’ll use examples from my portfolio to describe the various problems faced in capturing images in tough spaces and the solutions to those problems to ensure that people of all experience and skill levels can get the best out of their images.
ABOUT DAVID COREY
I have worked in the creative arts field for more than two decades as a writer, editor, publisher, and photographer. My goal is to produce fresh, weird, fun, and surprising images that capture the contrast (and collusion) between naughty and nice, feminine and masculine, innocent and corrupt, and artistic and tasteless. While desire and temptation are implicit in all the work, I strive to ensure the images also possess expressions of body and mood that transcend sex alone. I’m especially interested in working with both professional and amateur models who understand that beauty has many perspectives, and that capturing pretty images is less important than capturing memorable ones. My home base is Philadelphia, but I also occasionally travel for my work. If you’re interested in working with me, please feel free to send me a note.