light, skin and water interact defining the swimmer’s form.(a little digital processing disrobed the speedos to change the character of the image for an artistic nude… the rest is pretty much ‘as shot’… on the iPhone!)
male nude torso water
Love how you have capture the water droplets on the body and the wet/dry armpit hair – great photo
Mark, thanks for dropping by and commenting. Had been thinking of removing the armpit hair, wondering if it was too distracting/ ‘personal’ (or even crude) in the image that aims to describe form and light. The moisture on the skin contributes to the fluorescence of the surface.Glad you like it, pleased of the feedback.Tony
Please.. never remove the arm pit hairs on a man. An unaltered man at his best!!!!!
Please.. never remove the arm pit hairs on a man. An unaltered man at his best!!!!!The lighting, the angle, water drops and a true classic male figure – you have a true work of art!!
thank you David.Tony
Wonderful details in this beautiful capture.
thanks. It actually took quite a bit of setting up, and a fair bit of trial and error, and was captured without my usual kit bag of expensive equipment, so it is especially pleasing to have achieved a result that people appreciate.Tony
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