Now everyday couples can star in their own porno
Oh my goodness, I may be a little hot and bothered right now. Not to mention a bit shocked along the lines of, I cannot believe people are willing to let someone else photograph them while they are having sex! I really can't, but it is happening. Couples are paying for it! I was watching a piece on Nightline about a couple, Constance Faulk and Eric Vogel, who offer a service where they will photograph everyday couples having sex. What in the what? Why would a couple want to do such a thing? Oh, I don't know maybe to celebrate an anniversary or just to enjoy the images at a later time. Hmmm, I'm intrigued, aren't you?
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Now, the Nightline piece refered to the service this husband and wife photographer duo offer as personalized porn, but they don't see it that way. They see it more as an extension of their art as well as their "sex and body positive philosphy." I can appreciate that they don't want to sensationalize what they do by calling it porn because it's not like it is being produced for the masses, some of these images will never been seen by the public.
I checked out some of the images of the couples intimate portrait sessions that they offer, which would run you about $4,000, and they are HOT. As in STEAMING HOT, damn I want to look that good when I'm having sex and then have photographic proof of it to look at later. This couple knows how to use their cameras to depict their subjects in a very flattering light. Way better than some homemade stuff you would make on your own with bad lighting, harsh shadows, and every imperfection being shown.
I personally do not have it in me to have two photographic artists document my love-making session, but if you are into that sort of thing, I'd say this is the way to go. I mean, think about it, if you take naughty pictures even if you never intend for them to be seen by others, there is always the chance that they will be. If you get them done the way this couple does them, then at least you'll know that your dirty pictures are HOT and not some grainy, poorly-lit, hot mess. Am I right?
Image via ABC News
What do you think of this photographic service?