The Most Dangerous Animal. by Julian Wilde


Small (23.2" x 15.2")

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Shea Marie and Lanna at the windows in the Grand Salon, pause for just a moment..

I can not help but wonder what they will remember when they reflect back upon this one unforgettable weekend…

I’ve been doing this for over 15 years.
I was inspired to do this at the age of 22 by Helmut Newton.
I have a love affair with the kind of photography that I do that is beyond my understanding.
I do beautiful fine art coffee table books.
I’m married to my stylist and the love of my life, Raven.
Oh! And I throw parties for a living.
Large parties.

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  • mephotography
    mephotographyover 3 years ago

    Julian, you must have gone thru most all of your memory cards from this shoot!! Such an amazing pair to work with! I’d have had a camera meltdown!! Just amazing images and beauty!

  • So True! It’s the kind of thing where you just Hate to put the camera down!! :D

    – Julian Wilde

  • Duffboy
    Duffboyover 3 years ago


  • THX. And hapy to share some credit with an Amazing team of stylists and 2 equally Dangerous Ladies. :D

    – Julian Wilde

  • Shane Gallagher
    Shane Gallagherover 3 years ago

    I love the narrative element in your is beautiful! An amaing image!

  • You’re right. This does have a cinematic quality. I luv it too! :D

    – Julian Wilde

  • David Weber
    David Weberover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous image Julian – beautiful styled, composed and captured.

  • Thank you Sir! And two of my favorites.

    PS. And we get to do this for a Living!??? :D)

    – Julian Wilde

  • You know… I shot this full length and wide angle. But the more I shot them, the more I realized it was about their incredible chemistry and thier faces, and Not my incredible space!! ;-)

    – Julian Wilde

  • Sazzart
    Sazzartover 3 years ago

    In a summation, this is

    But you already knew that };-)

  • But I still don’t mind hearing it. ;-) THX Bro!

    – Julian Wilde

  • David Weber
    David Weberover 3 years ago

    Julian I think you instinct to crop this image the way you did created a dynamic between the two women that wouldn’t have been as apparent with more going on around them.

  • Precisely! ;-)

    – Julian Wilde

  • ranjay
    ranjayover 3 years ago

    great dramatic…….

  • Hey Ranjay! THX for dropping by the studio! :D

    – Julian Wilde

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersover 3 years ago

  • Glad you caught his one! I usually take Monday’s off. But THIS I couldn’t pass up. :D

    – Julian Wilde

  • Roger Mann
    Roger Mannover 3 years ago

    It’s about the interaction. Wide angle would have worked also but not in the same way. The nice thing about this is that there’s a ‘fly on the wall’ quality of unseen narrative. Although we all know that flies take rotten photos. ;)

  • Yeah, tough call to make. I luvd the wide angle stuff, but “Disney” version sure helps focus the attention. ;-)

    – Julian Wilde

  • Rita  H. Ireland
    Rita H. Irelandover 3 years ago

    Wow always the BEST from you awesome!

  • Rita, THX for coming by. Always appreciate your comments! :D

    – Julian Wilde

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