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:iconalembic-lynx:
Alembic-Lynx Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2015  Professional Photographer
Most beautiful
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:icon1gene2:
1Gene2 Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Perfection Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart 
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:iconliyotreasure:
LiyoTreasure Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Hobbyist
Love Love Sexy and sensual!! I'd like to fondle her breasts and butt.Love Love 
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:icontomalhakim:
tomalhakim Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2014
Great
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:iconreplicapropman:
ReplicaPropman Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
speechless man
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:iconalchemist-lab:
Alchemist-Lab Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Professional Photographer
Flawless work!
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:icons-o-g-a:
S-O-G-A Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
Absolutely love this one.
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:iconaullus:
aullus Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
Excellent contribution thank you very much for the contribution.
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:iconvi3w:
vi3w Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Is there penetration or stimulation? No.
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:icontoms007:
Toms007 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Jeez, if it is so difficult for you to see the difference...
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:icontoms007:
Toms007 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
If the only purpose to the shot is to arouse you (as if a woman on the above pic was nicely displayed like an open oyster with some pink penis sticking out of her), then it is porn. If a image displays something more than nakedness and pinkiness (see above, enjoy beauty of her curves, displayed to the public in a manner that hides the most interesting parts, wonder about softness of her skin, which can be judged by light reflexes on her body etc.), then it's art. Erotic art.
Easy.
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:icontoms007:
Toms007 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah, whatever suits your theory. One point: if I was looking for porn, I wouldn't come here. There are millions of free sites with pornographic material.
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:icongairm:
Gairm Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014
I think if you were to try and make beautiful images of naked women  you would understand the difference better. The fact is it's very hard work, for the photographer and the model. As the photographer you're working out lighting and exposure and focus and making decisions about composition, and thinking about all of this from moment to moment. You are thinking about stuff like whether to move x out of the background, or how to get the pose you want without the electical socket intruding into the shot. All of this before you think about styling, make up, etc. And before all of this, you are relating to another person, whom you (generally) like and admire .. she is being incredibly brave and trusting with you .. and with whom you are working, the two of you together .. how do you communicate what you're looking for, for the shoot overall, from shot to shot .. There really just isn't time to think about your knob. That isn't to say it isn't fun too. For the model, likewise, there is a lot to focus on .. she has a whole set of concerns, some the same as the photographer's, some of her own, especially if this is someone she hasn't worked with before. Modelling is making yourself vulnerable in lots of ways, from physical risk to the possibility of images being made public that show you in a bad light. When it goes well, there is a rapport there, which can become sexual if the two people choose (as in any working situation a sexual attraction can develop) but actually that is very rare. When you look at the images (often model and photographer together) you are not looking for the sake of arousal, but, usually, for other things.
Also bear in mind that photographers are wired a little differently. I remember at college shooting some nudes in large format, and working with one of the technicians to make a good print. This was a very beautiful young woman naked in a bathroom, and we spent five minutes enthusing about the quality of the print, about how much detail the LF negative could hold, and for much of that we were preoccupied with the chrome U-bend underneath the washhand basin. This kind of thing is actually not at all unusual.
Above all, what you learn from this, the whole process, is that it is actually possible to work in close proximity to an incredibly beautiful woman who is naked and doing what you ask  her to do, and not have a hard-on, or be thinking particularly about sex, in fact, sometimes you are consciously avoiding the shot being 'explicit' because that would just draw the viewer's eye to an aspect of the image which isn't your focus. To put it the other way around, it is possible to work with a naked woman and enjoy her, and the images that result, for their beauty. Of course sexuality is present, as it is in pretty much all of life, but oddly, it often has a more natural place in nude photography than it does elsewhere .. just simply a natural part of the world. Often, although you want to have sexuality in the image, you are trying to convey something about it which is not specifically 'erotic' .. you are trying to convey the sense of trust, or fun, or even silliness, or the power of beauty itself, or the physical and emotional strength that is part of grown-up sexuality.
Porn is in the eye of the beholder, primarily. We know that because we know that absolutely anything can be fetishised or sexualised. We know it from reception theory in literature and art. We know it because we see the different reactions of differenet people to beautiful photographs. We know it because, as photographers, we know the kind of questions we ask of other photographers .. what size was the lightbox, how did you meter that ..? We know it, wonderfully, because we are often fortunate enough to become friends with the women we shoot (and their partners) and we see how it is part of a healthy, natural life that is not actually at all obsessed with sex.
We also, many of us who have a religious background, know that traditionally, at least in the Judeao-Christian tradition, the cultural attitudes to nudity, although they are given religious justification, actually have origins outside of the tradition. In the bible, for instance, nudity is not associated with wickedness. Enforcing nudity on someone is wicked, having it forced on you is shaming, but not nudity itself. Sexual immorality is actually associated not with nudity, but with dressing to seduce. Clothing is a big moral issue in both the Jewish and Christian bibles, but is is decadence and self-indulgence .. or materialism or blasphemous arrogance .. that is condemned. From a moral point of view, a high-expense fashion shoot for a glossy magazine, designed to sell overpriced clothes on the basis of their association with a wealthy lifestyle .. that stinks in a way that even the most crude pornography doesn't.
At the end of the day 'pornography' is just a superficial label. At best it indicates an intent, a commercialisation of sexuality, or a depersonalised sexuality. Even so, it is often beautiful in spite of that intent. Bodies and sexuality simply are intrinsicallly beautiful and they survive as beautiful even in images made by people with bad or destructive or exploitive intent. The badness of pornography is what it does to (some, a few) of the people who make it but above all in what it does to the consumer, and it is the consumer who chooses to see in it a means to self-gratification that comes at someone else's expense, who in so choosing is blind to the fact that his pleasure is actually being achieved at his own expense .. financially, and in the way he is being diminished as a human being.
Sadly, few of the people who point the finger at 'pornography' are willing to take the time to think about any of this stuff, and most of us, photographers and models who try to make great images of women, although we try from time to time to explain, really don't see it as our mission in life to educate the wilfully recalcitrant or self-righteous world of middle-class morality or degraded religious sentiment. Those of us who are Christians who do this are fed up to the back teeth of being told, in the name of Christian morality, 'the bible says' .. and when we ask, ok, where does it say it, the answer is 'errr .. ' or some version of 'but the bible says', to which we again ask, where .. and again get 'err ..' and eventually, if we persist, we get 'well I just think ..', which we knew all along, and which I suspect the critic actually knew all along. We all know, those of us who have been round this particular loop, and the critics too, that although it's been revealed by a couple of simple questions that the critic's condemnation is rooted not in anything religious but in their own personal prejudice, nevertheless, the critic will not go away and think about what they believe and why, they will just find a new target for their unthinking predudice.
All I can say is, you try doing this stuff, and you will discover just how difficult it is, and perhaps that will help you begin to actually think about these issues, instead of simply indulging yourself.
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:iconnamredip:
namredip Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
Very nice :-)
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:iconfotoheini:
fotoheini Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Student Photographer
awesome...Model, Pose and Light...great shot
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:iconastrafair:
astrafair Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
gorgeous and love-appealing

respect both to photographer and model
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:iconsaberoph:
Saberoph Featured By Owner May 26, 2014
The very definition of beautiful.
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:iconmaniac82:
maniac82 Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Hello 
I would like to say few words.
First about model - she is perfect, perfect position that shows her assets, great expression and those eyes...
Image - love the lighting and composition - one thing that is bothering me is the lamp in the background.
Brilliant work. Instant fav and watch.
Thank you for sharing.
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:iconkato42:
kato42 Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Lovely, great photo, and a really nice bottom.  :D
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:iconstrip2761:
strip2761 Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Perfect, toned, smooth body.  Wonderful shot!
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:icondragonizegx3:
DragonizeGX3 Featured By Owner May 9, 2014
I also intend to dedicate an entire folder to your pics as well. Stay tuned to see.
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:iconsergiko:
SERGIKO Featured By Owner May 7, 2014
Beautiful
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:icon147combatmedic:
147CombatMedic Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
:onfire:
Hot!
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:iconazael1332ragnarok:
Azael1332Ragnarok Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
OMG nice poseLove :happybounce: 
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Student General Artist
This is porn, get if off dA.
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:iconscarletredknife:
ScarletRedKnife Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree w/ you porn is not art its a disgrace to women. Its not the same 'beautiful' as a fat nude women or fat old nude man.
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:iconazael1332ragnarok:
Azael1332Ragnarok Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
nope. this nude is from artistic purposes
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Student General Artist
Considering most of the comments are directed at the fact that the image stirs sexual arrousal, I do not consider it art, or tasteful; it's just another male, exploiting the female body - the homepage is littered with photos of nude women - where are the "artfully tasteful" images of nude men, leaning over with erect penis'?

But I really need to make a point clear here about erotic photography claimed as art. The women may be attractive but you need to understand why. They are not beautiful like a sunset is beautiful. Consider, if it were nude 400 pound flabby hairy man? That’s just as much a miracle of biology. Hell even more so. A healthy young woman doesn’t inspire any question other than “How best could I sell my soul as her slave to acquire a millisecond of sexual service?” Flabby behemoths are far more interesting, you find yourself thinking “How does it even walk?”

Sex is not art.

I love hearing people try to say artsy things about nude photos. “Look how the light catches her smooth rounded breasts.” That would so not work if the subject was a 270 pound hairy New York truck driver. “Look how the light catches his lumpy asymmetrical frontbutt.”

We say beautiful when we mean erotic. We say fresh when we mean erotic. We say adorable when we mean erotic. And we say Art when we mean porn. Along with all the other advertising and lyrical euphemisms for sex and sexual service. There’s virtually no compliment you can pay a girl these days that can’t be easily translated or doubled into some sex reference.

Art is something you create, something from your mind and hands. Good photography is an art because of what it takes to get that shot, recognizing there was a shot,set construction, timing etc. Nude photography is not art. Any funded jack ass can turn on the B&W filter, and pay a hottie to strip somewhere and squirm around on something while he takes 10,000 photos and later pick out the one where she stopped looking like a heroin mummy with ruined dreams of nursing long enough for the shutter to click.

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:iconnorn92:
norn92 Featured By Owner May 8, 2014   Digital Artist
muse-dog: I didnt want to make any comment or to insult anyone but I find your comment strongly dishonoring and inaccurate according to what I saw in this image as you are leading it somewhere where you may didn't want to.

Woman in this photo is beautiful captured in sensual way to show her beauty even though it doesn't show something you see in fat hairy men, which is fine but we all are admiring and looking for something else. Even the lighting on her back is smooth and nice and expresses the mood of beautiful morning.

(note: in my humhle opinion it's not that easy to be good looking all the time for fitness models or just models or anyone else and it takes some effort to make a photo like this as well)

You can at least try to aim your harsh comments to photos where women are maybe more exposed and in more provoking way and not something like how it is in here. There is no need to do this exactly in here unless you are envious for some unknown reasons.

--- Nevertheless do not take this as an insult or whatever... Just take a look at it again and think about your comment. I have no intention to keep going in some internet fight here I am just stating how unnecessarily your comment looks in this particular thread connected to this photo. If you put this comment in some other let's say more distracting photo than I would take it better but I don't like people trying to hate everything all over the internet because they have a chance. Your choice where you put yourself.

I think we, ordinary people, can just enjoy something nice without trying to make us look better than everything else. Then you look like everyone else these days because that is where internet leads everyone lately.

No need to hate, just appreciate :)
have a nice day
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Student General Artist
Oh, so it's okay for me to aim this "harsh comment" to a fatter, less attractive model and it's okay; but when it's towards something more sexually arousing, it's hate? You contradicted your entire post, and frankly, it doesn't make much sense... You are basically agreeing with me that if it were a fat hairy man in the same pose, it would not get the attention because it is not sexually arousing.
My post is very appropriate, because it is public domain, and a very stern critique that I hope others read and will make sense to them and possibly bring up a DEBATE and not a fight --- seriously do people in this website automatically assuming a differing opinion is "starting a fight"?
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:iconnorn92:
norn92 Featured By Owner May 9, 2014   Digital Artist
you didn't get my point at all or I didn't make myself clear about this :) nevermind.. I will try again.
Keep liking and not liking whatever you want, it's not gonna change anything :) I didn't assume we are starting a fight. I just didn't wish you to take my comment as an insult against you personally or so that's why I mentioned a fight in my answer to you (some people take some comments just too seriously).
I did not agree at any point with some fat hairy guy just because it is not related to this photo at all, and I found your comment a little but degrading according to the effort to capture some pretty woman in a sensual and yet decent way to mention something like you did in this photo thread or maybe I just didn't get it.
For some of so called artists, there is much more beauty hidden in let's say not so on the first sight attractive people.
To this as I already mentioned, I personally think it is not that easy to always look good or to express or to capture something symetric and beautiful.

I was just stating that this one simple photo as objectively taken -- and I literally mean regardless considering anything else like you stated some fat guy (even if it would be something else) which doesn't make sense at all -- 1st of all it has nothing to do in here 2nd point this is not nagging neither sexually arousing for me. Long story short - this is a photo capturing beautiful woman with no sexual parts specificly exposed so I took your comment a little bit harsh in a way to get this photo out of here immediately.

I can see beauty in less attractive models or even simple things and I like photos of casual normal non-model type of people as well. It is more like a question of how you (again objectively speaking) face the art. I don't care if it is a model or not, I care how is the shot done in general maybe with some little details.

Debate is fine for me, that's why I make the effort to continue at least to make myself clear about my opinion but I was yet trying to point out that I'm not taking yours away.
To finish my point from before - there are a lot of nude photos exposing much more than how it is in here that's the main point why I didn't get your comment:)

To add one more note not really related to this post but it's not gonna cause any harm:
It appears to me that the most of the people all over the internet lately are either trolling or, which is a bigger problem, fighting over really unnecessary stuff like I saw several times e.g. fitness fan page - photo of someone trying for years to look good which is commendable and instead of giving the person some credit for all that effort, people will find some stupid point like what kind of clothes you wear and make that person look gay or on roid like it is their problem :))) that is both, amusing and sad at the same time.

We can still agree on disagreeing regarding this photo but I like the way she is shown here.
Nice weekend
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:iconmjp67:
MJP67 Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
fucking idiot.. get off DA.. you wouldn't know the difference between Art and Dog shit.. keep painting ....one day you'll get it right.
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Student General Artist
Well, according to your standards, dog shit is art.
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:iconmjp67:
MJP67 Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
ouch.. you wound me.

and.. according to your opinion.. the only art is that which you feel is art.  Pretty self centred and short sighted.  not everyone sees the world as you do but then again.. most of us wouldn't want to live in such a close minded, close eyed, shallow and self centred pit.  Keep up the judgement.. judge ye and all that bullshit.
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:iconblackdoom:
blackdoom Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
Not this one... there are hordes other pictures on dA where I'd agree with you - but this one ain't one of them.
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Student General Artist
Considering most of the comments are directed at the fact that the image stirs sexual arrousal, I do not consider it art, or tasteful; it's just another male, exploiting the female body - the homepage is littered with photos of nude women - where are the "artfully tasteful" images of nude men, leaning over with erect penis'?

But I really need to make a point clear here about erotic photography claimed as art. The women may be attractive but you need to understand why. They are not beautiful like a sunset is beautiful. Consider, if it were nude 400 pound flabby hairy man? That’s just as much a miracle of biology. Hell even more so. A healthy young woman doesn’t inspire any question other than “How best could I sell my soul as her slave to acquire a millisecond of sexual service?” Flabby behemoths are far more interesting, you find yourself thinking “How does it even walk?”

Sex is not art.

I love hearing people try to say artsy things about nude photos. “Look how the light catches her smooth rounded breasts.” That would so not work if the subject was a 270 pound hairy New York truck driver. “Look how the light catches his lumpy asymmetrical frontbutt.”

We say beautiful when we mean erotic. We say fresh when we mean erotic. We say adorable when we mean erotic. And we say Art when we mean porn. Along with all the other advertising and lyrical euphemisms for sex and sexual service. There’s virtually no compliment you can pay a girl these days that can’t be easily translated or doubled into some sex reference.

Art is something you create, something from your mind and hands. Good photography is an art because of what it takes to get that shot, recognizing there was a shot,set construction, timing etc. Nude photography is not art. Any funded jack ass can turn on the B&W filter, and pay a hottie to strip somewhere and squirm around on something while he takes 10,000 photos and later pick out the one where she stopped looking like a heroin mummy with ruined dreams of nursing long enough for the shutter to click.

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:iconblackdoom:
blackdoom Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
One: Stop copy&pasting your comments. It makes you look ridiculous.
Two: You can report stuff around here, in order to get banned, as far as I know. And that, without being a dick about it. He he, funny, right?
Three: I won't bother arguing. I stand to my initial statement - there are hordes other porn images on dA. Go whine about them there.

Have a lovely trolling day!
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Student General Artist
Never realised stating ones opinion was "trolling". Really there is nothing "trollish" about it. It's on public domain and I can critique as I please, or as you claim "whining" -- no need for your distasteful ad hominem either: you think it's "art" I do not. Instead of using your fallacies, try productive communication.
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:iconnikhero:
NikHero Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree that many of the commenters are immature, but is not photography of the naked form still considered art? I don't care for porn on dA, but I have no problem with artfully tasteful nude photography or paintings. I mean, in art school, you paint nudes a lot. Why should this subject be banned for photographers? I don't think the photo you are speaking of at fav.me/d7gf28j is pornography, but tasteful art.
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Student General Artist
Can you please explain what is tasteful and artistic about it? I'm just curious now.
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:iconnikhero:
NikHero Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The human body is art IMO and this is tasteful and does not expose her "naughty bits" while appreciating her body and how it combines with the bed.
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:iconmuse-dog:
Muse-Dog Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Student General Artist
Okay I guess the human body is art for you; I would love to hear your artful review of this tasteful, well lit, photo of this person and all the emotion it evokes within you... How the body "combines" with the bed.
i1.ytimg.com/vi/VGIgGKr5QSQ/hq…
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:iconnikhero:
NikHero Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The lighting is pretty good in that photo. But the scenery around the body is pretty distracting. Lighting and pose are just 2 parts necessary for great artistic photography.
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:iconvanblood:
vanBlood Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
Amazing
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:iconrocques:
Rocques Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Wonderful body lines and pose
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