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Yes, I do. I can PM you later.
Sure, I was just curious. I used to do some landscape and travel work a few years back. Most of my "people" work was street shooting and I only had the chance to work with models on a few occasions.
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Sure, I was just curious. I used to do some landscape and travel work a few years back. Most of my "people" work was street shooting and I only had the chance to work with models on a few occasions.
Yeah, I have been into photography before I liked girls. I love street photography especially in NYC, and still shoot some occasionally.

Now my main focuses are on fashion, editorial, model portfolio development, nudes and erotica. I just love skinny bitches with great emoting skills. hahaha.

I consider myself very lucky; not too many married men can hang out with beautiful models often totally naked all the time with a 100% approve from the Wife and Daughter and son.

Life is Good. hahah.
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I consider myself very lucky; not too many married men can hang out with beautiful models often totally naked all the time with a 100% approve from the Wife and Daughter and son.
See, I'm thinking the son wasn't going to disapprove too much in the first place

Out of curiosity, are you up on DeviantArt (it's just an art site folks, ignore the name )?
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You shoot for SG??? And on a boat?!?!?!?!? Rough life.
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Bent, DeviantArt is where I found the artist for the dragon in my boat's logo.
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