October 15, 2016

Peter Franck - Hotel Rooms

Second post (first one here) from this German photographer, but looking at his site, I'm not sure he still does such pictures, and he seems more interested by places and installations. Sad cos', as you know, the body is my favorite subject and I can't find anything more interesting, moving and stimulating for the eyes, the brain (and sometimes more but it's not mandatory). His work is (or was) so singular and original, he could have digged it. Here some images to complete the previous post and maybe inspire some visitors who come here to glean some ideas. His site here (but don't expect to see anything that is similar to the ones above). I called this series Hotel Rooms cos' it is apparently issued from the same series than the previous post. I think I took the title somewhere but maybe I invented it. It doesn't matter anyway. 

October 12, 2016

Chad Michael Ward - Various

This Amercian photographer's work lays somewhere between erotism, gothic, fantastic and ultraviolence (fake). If most of his work is beyond the scope of this blog and of my personal interest (both being tightly associated), here I selected images I liked among his vast collection, and that, I think, deserved to feature on a post. Not surprinsingly, he also does video clips for various bands and singers. He could do his own movie one day, some of the above images raising potential scenarios of rather thrilling horror films. His site here.  

October 7, 2016

Manu Madelaine - A Paradoxical Existence

No idea who is this photographer. Seems to be French but I'm even not sure. If he reads this post, he can leave a comment to provide more info, but he may not want that we know more about him (is he even a man?). Actually, his work becomes very interesting in the last months and although the effects are a bit predictable, he succeeds in giving a weird feeling of bodies dissolving in walls. And above all, I love the first model with her ablated breast. You can see more from him on his blog here

September 30, 2016

Peter Hegre - My Wife

Peter Hegre is a Norwegian erotic photographer and honestly his work belongs to a genre I usually rather despise and consider as sexist with its imagery of perfect plastic nude models supposed to raise desire when it only provides a restricted paradigm of beauty. Anyway, here I post some pictures of a personal project he conducted at the end of the last century (he's born in 1969) with his wife Svanborg, and that resulted in a book called My Wife with about hundreds of pictures. What I like in this series, it's not the nudity or the eroticism but the intimacy emanating from these private shots. The black & white paradoxically accentuates this intimacy (when he ususally works in this glamour coloured tonality that is so desperately associated with vanilla porn or mainstream eroticism). Sad he seems not to have persisted in this way and delivers an awful load of erotic pictures and even sexual tutorials that give a boring image of sex, at least to my eyes. But make your own opinion here... at least if you pay. I'm sure he must have a rather confortable life. Really not my cuppa tea.  

September 27, 2016

Pedro Victor Albaladejo - Various

This Spanish photographer work on nudes belongs to the erotic domain more than the usual approach than I favor on this blog, but in his series, I found some cliches I found interesting enough to feature on Scoptophilia without breaking the rules cos' actually there are no rules and I may one day post only dressed elderly or the most extreme porn if I was feeling inclined to. If you go to his blog dedicated to nudity (here), you will surely be a little disapointed except if young female modeles with a perfect plastic are your cuppa tea and that you feel excited or enjoyed by their exhibition. In the ones I selected, it's the atmosphere that he creates that I appreciate. He should do more like this.