📷 Photographer: Stephen Penton/NoESanity
Highlight image count: 62
Full shoot image count: 143
This is one of my favourite shoots to date. With all the chaos of the pandemic, specifically the mask wearing, this idea hatched and everything else had to be put on hold to bring it to life so it would be produced and released while still relevant.
This was the first time we have been able to set up our studio in almost two years, and since I was really excited about the concept, we went waaaaay overboard with the number of images. Because this shoot was based on a parody of current events, I wanted to have a lot of images to release to the public. The total of 143 we came out with was AFTER narrowing down and cutting bad images and poses that were too identical. So many turned out well with slight differences, I decided to keep more similar images than I normally would due to the large number that would be shown to the public. That way, Patrons get to enjoy more exclusive images.
Another reason we got a lot of image variations was because we decided to start intentionally implementing poses catering to foot fans, including multiple shots displaying the soles and different foot/toe pose variations with the same body pose. Some people have specific preferences for feet relaxed vs pointed, or toes scrunched vs spread, etc, so we are trying to encompass as much variety as possible. This creates a lot of similar images, but has been well received, so I think we will do this more often. It’s a pretty easy thing to do with potential to make a large portion of the audience very happy, and I do like a happy audience :)
I also have had multiple requests in the past to wear stockings/nylons, specifically black ones, and since we were already implementing the aforementioned feet based poses, this was the perfect opportunity to do that, for both feet fans, fans of stockings/nylons themselves, and any combination thereof. Two birds, one stone.
Overall, I’m REALLY happy with how these turned out! We also took a shorter encore shoot featuring a long black cloak, which also turned out excellent.
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