naked girls inspire your photography?
That’s a loaded question, but I will answer it anyways. There’s a difference between pornography and appreciating the human form. The beauty of the human form (more so the female form) inspires my photography. Of course it’s not my focus not replicate the images that I’ve reblogged in the past if you actually know my work. This might be a tad off-topic but I’ve always wanted the opportunity to say it. I don’t think “objectifying” women is what people think it is. I would be objectifying a woman if I said her ONLY job was to look pretty. Or that women should ONLY look like Victoria’s Secret models, which is not true. If you know me personally, you’ll point out that I am very disinterested in overweight human beings, because I think that they are symbols of modern gluttony and are more likely to have mental problems than genetic issues. That being said, I think all women are beautiful if they are HEALTHY, that’s not to say healthy is as skinny as VS models, but just healthy. As in eating right and exercising. That’s what’s beautiful to me and what inspires me, natural beauty. Yes, I know that what I reblog isn’t that to its strictest definition, but it’s as close as I can get on this website. Whenever I’m actually taking pictures of someone, I make them as organic as possible, only editing in minuscule amounts just to correct for whatever color distortion my camera may have adjusted for. If you think that I’m some sort of shallow scumbag, then you hate the Olympics, which started in ancient Greece in order to further appreciate the human form (which is why there are so many nude Greek statues, it’s what they did, and what I appreciate and get inspired by). But, I changed my blog to more normal shit. So I guess you just dug through the rest of my blog just to bring this up. Guess you didn’t notice the change a year ago. I don’t really spend anytime at all here anyways. I just thought I would answer your dumb question. Happy anon?
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It’s been a while.