I feel the best means for dissemination of the final(ish) body of work will be in several phases and methods.
The last review was no less thought provoking than the previous. It was picked up upon that there must be a distinct intimacy between myself and my subjects in order for me to capture the shots I have amassed so far.
For a change this reviewer asked me about the project & my intent before even looking at the shots. I explained the subjects contacted me to request very personal pictures they could use in order to find some fun on the internet to scratch an itch.
A slightly different viewpoint of this project again. The previous reviewer liked the colour shots, but we return to a preference for the B&W.
Slightly different opinions from this review. Where the clinic liked the close-ups & b&w this reviewer preferred the colour tones and full body shots & had a distinct dislike of the images that showed the male manhood. Continue reading
After the portfolio clinic & four 1-1 portfolio reviews I got completely different feedback from each person. But as John Spinks quoted “Opinions are like assholes…everyone has one.” So I need to sift through everything that has been said and filter what I feel will help to move the project forward as well as how best to disseminate the final body of work. Continue reading
This man poses an interesting conundrum. Most of the men who I have photographed for this project identify as bisexual; but when asked to place himself he replied ‘straight’. Continue reading
This quiet, but well-travelled man has washed-up in Cornwall after leading a life in The Forces. At a time when it was certainly frowned upon to be anything other than a red-blooded heterosexual it is little wonder he did not get a chance to explore his sexuality till he was much older. Continue reading
This man was good enough to spare me his time, but also to allow me a greater insight into his personal life. Continue reading
He gave good talking head.