It's been said that 80% of good sex is the lighting (Woody Allen?) Although this is a nice set, it appears that all the shots were done with a camera-mounted flash (or, if not camera-mounted, held very close to the camera). The effect is that most of the lighting is flat, with barely a shadow shown, and with the figures brightly illuminated evenly, high contrast, all from the front. It gives me the impression of a private detective bursting into a room and shooting some quick shots of a couple "en flagrente" quickie during a tryst while the wife (or husband) is off stage planning his/her divorce. Where are the moody shadows that artfully-placed stage lighting can create? Where is the "atmosphere", the "presence", the mood? The couple lacks real chemistry for each other and seem to be all about "just sex" without feeling or passion, or caring (except maybe that very nice "cover shot". Soko and York are attractive enough, but (and this may be the lighting again) seem distant.
I'm sure others will love it, and that's fine.
If you look at the shadows you will understand that there is not just one light, and surely it's not mounted very close to the camera, as most shadows are below and not behind the subjects, and it's not true that there are not many shadows. I don't understand what this obsession with the lighting is about. I am not saying that the lighting is not important, on the contrary. But in your comment here and in other photosets you seem to care only about the lighting, criticizing the choices of the photographer. What would be wrong if he wanted to give the "impression of a private detective bursting into a room and shooting some quick shots of a couple "en flagrente" quickie"?? Why should all photographers work with "moody shadows that artfully-placed stage lighting can create"? Are we looking for CONFORMISM and standard choices on this website? or are we looking for different perspectives offered by different artists? You can like the way the photographer told the story or not, but not criticize him for his style. I don't agree with you about the reasons of your criticism. I agree on the lack of chemistry, but not about the style.
I love Soko, she seems so real. I actually thought we would get our first anal scene but alas no. I would love to see the guy ejaculate and I would love to see a movie with Soko making love!!
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