Nude Color: Fine Art Nude

Nude Color: Fine Art Nude

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I don’t actively pursue nude sessions but when a person shows such interest, I want to express myself in the best traditions and taste of centuries-old fine art nude genre.

To some, it’s a way to taste the forbidden fruit, to some—a way to liberate herself for an evading moment, yet to the others—become a living, integral part of fine art, no longer experienced off the bookshelves. Whatever the reason, this can be achieved with a supporting team and professional artists.

UPDATE: I would like to bring over some thoughts that I had while discussing this shoot in social media:  I think that the human body is the ultimate material to craft and enliven one’s studio lighting skills. This can turn a poet into a sculptor. It is a rare but sublime way to pay dues and respect to a body as a divine creation.

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Ed Hafizov is a creative director and lead photographer of Zorz Studios, Manhattan-based boutique photography studio, offering arousing and daring fashion, commercial, beauty, and wedding photography. Multiple Fearless Photographer™ award winner, named among the top 50 US wedding photographers, top 10 NY wedding photographers, winner of Adobe contests, featured by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle et al, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographer, and a distinguished member of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style‘s Platinum List, he is eager to step out of his and willing clients' comfort zone to pursue original artwork with a lasting impression.

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