Saturday, November 24, 2012

The Lightpost

Another photo exercise in my new totally dark studio using only a light prim for illumination.
Waiting for business.  

Striking the deal.

More than she bargained for.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Blindfold

Graham Collinson and I got together again and he graciously agreed to indulge my blindfold fetish. A woman's body just glows when she is blindfolded, doesn't it?

Monday, November 19, 2012

Pinup Art in a Dark Room

After my shoots with Graham Collinson I did some experimentation with dark room snapshots using just a light prim for illumination.  A big change for me, I've always been of the mindset to experiment with windlight settings to create value in a picture.  These 3 are examples of what I have done the last few days.   Going to look for models to do couples shoots now,  to introduce more shadows into the shot.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Graham Collinson and Classic Pinup Art

I spent some time this week with Graham Collinson,  up and coming photographer in the porn world, and renowned artist in the non porn world. We spent some time re-visiting the classic pinup of the 1940's and 50's.

Below are some of the shots from the session.   I enjoy Grahams's work and look forward to the next session.


Thursday, November 15, 2012

Sapphic Productions Erotic Club Shoot

Deirdre Paulino of Sapphic Productions released to Flickr a shoot she recently did at the Erotic Club with Chloe Nicole. Following are a few from the 20 picture set currently on: Sapphic Productions Flickr # 3.

I will be highlighting work done by our studio, work that highlights our models and also work that excites me.   If you see something you like, don't hesitate to comment or also offer up something for posting.  

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Sea Side Reflections

Welcome the inagural blog post for Digital Dreamz Productions.   I've spent most of the past year supporting other studios with their endeavors working as a staff contributor in the background and decided it is time to get my work front and center moving forward. 
The photo sets below were something I did earlier this week as an experiment in mirroring and sky windlight settings.  After a bit of trial and error, I was able to basically to use SL water as a mirror.  The possibilities that it opens up are endless. You will certainly see more of this effect used in many ways in the future.  
2 models were used for this shots, myself and my good friend Katina Cazalet.
I used 2 windlights settings in this series, a very deep sky blue with a hint of clouds and a coppery later afternoon  sky.  Both are excellent skys,  but I think the sky blue is more effective for these shots given how they turned out.