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A new director for Viv Thomas!

Breaking news! Viv Thomas has a new director at the helm… and when I say new, I really do mean new. I’d like to introduce Guy Ranieri Sblattero, an amazing Spanish filmmaker who has an incredible vision for the future of VivThomas.com.

Sblattero was discovered by Jonathan, creator of SexArt and co-owner of the Metart Network, and has been lucky enough to be mentored by renowned SexArt director Alis Locanta, who acted as production designer on his first VivThomas shoots. The creative direction, however, is all Sblattero’s own; though already very successful in other fields, this is his first foray into erotica, and he brings a fresh eye to his artistic endeavours. While holding true to the VivThomas ethos of beauty, sensuality and love of the female form, I think you’ll notice a raw energy and immediacy that is extremely invigorating!

The first movie from Sblattero and his talented crew is called Look at Me, and it will be released on VivThomas.com at the end of the week. It has an incredible cast of delightful new discoveries – Jimena Lago from Spain, Ana Rose from the Czech Republic, Ava Courcelles from France – and a fan favorite, the inimitable Suzie Carina, who takes her skill in pleasuring her female partners to a whole new level in this production.

Sblattero has the camera take a voyeuristic role in Look At Me, capturing many titillating and unique moments as his beautiful girls share the enjoyment of their sexuality with each other, and with us. It feels natural, real and so satisfying – and I hope that like me, you’ll experience a jolt of pure pleasure when you watch it!

 

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The DeltaGamma Interview: an erotic artist opens up...

If you've a member of Sexart (or Metart or The Life Erotic) you're most likely familiar with the photographer known as DeltaGamma. As I write, the artist has published 126 erotic photo galleries across the three sites — 39 at Sexart, 67 at Metart, and 20 at The Life Erotic — and he's earned an enthusiastic and vocal fan following. The fact that he's also an active participant in the comment sections has only added to his popularity and reputation — DeltaGamma isn't content simply to create a photo set, he's also keenly interested in the way it's received by the audience.

As it happens, my first contact with DeltaGamma was in the comments section at the Metart blog. After chatting, online and off, I suggested we do an interview. He agreed, I prepared an extensive list of questions, and then things got complicated. In the interview that follows DeltaGamma discusses his background, his inspiration and evolution as an artist, and the unforeseen event that profoundly effected his career as an erotic photographer. And what's included here is only part of the DeltaGamma story, Part 2 of the interview will appear here in the near future.

First of all, why "DeltaGamma," what's the significance of the name?

D: I simply picked the initials of my real name from the Greek alphabet, as a tribute to the classic beauty concept developed in ancient Greece, the reference and inspiration for my earliest work and my art in general. The name I used when I started with nude photography was actually "DeltaVenus," which was inspired by the novel "Delta of Venus" written by Anaïs Nin, and later adapted as a movie that was directed by Zalman King and released in 1995.

What's your background?

D: I was born in a small seaside city on the eastern coast of central Italy, forty years ago. Since then I have lived in several different Italian towns, from the north to the south of the country, and now I'm living in Rome. I attended an international Art Academy after showing some unusual drawing skills when I was very young, at the primary school, where I had also started studying English. And I attended a scientific high school, studying not only scientific subjects but also philosophy, Latin, and the arts. I can't go too deep in details about my life and my "regular" job since it's outside the world of photography and very far from erotic art, but I can say that I've worked for twenty years in a very professional and challenging environment that has allowed me to travel a lot and learn many different skills, meet many people from all over the world — including my wife — and learn to adapt myself to different situations, react quickly, and plan my activities efficiently. I would describe myself as a self-made, happy and lucky man, an artist, a photographer, a traveler, a biker, a sailor in love with the beauty of this world and the beauty of women.

What first got you interested in the artistic potential of photography?

D: Back in 2000, during the longest of my travels — an unforgettable experience spending six months at sea — I had brought with me a photo camera. At the time I had been on a break from oil painting due to lack of time and therefore inspiration, and in a way approaching photography awakened my inspiration again. Photography perfectly integrated my paintings and drawings, which were already oriented towards the search for harmony and beauty in reality without too much intermediation/manipulation of forms and colors, but rather a realistic interpretation of existing subjects, which were mainly female nudes.

How long had you been working as a photographer before you began to shoot nudes?

D: The beginning of my career as a photographer could actually be identified with shooting nudes, except for the very first steps when I transitioned from drawing/painting to shooting photos. I learned the basics of photography by myself, trying to catch the subject the way it was in my mind already before taking the picture, according to my own personal vision coming from my artistic path and from observing other photographers' work.

I started using my first photo cameras in 2000 and I got my first DSLR — a Canon EOS 350D — in 2007. In my early years I shot mainly reportages of my travels and then I started shooting portraits/glamour with a Czech girl I met in my hometown during her summer holidays with her parents. That's probably when my special feeling towards Czech girls and their country started. I went there many times, first in 1992 on a school  trip to Prague — soon after the country's first democratic elections after the fall of the Berlin wall — and I was fascinated by the beauty of the town and its unique atmosphere, and a few years later also by the beauty of the local girls, my favorite subjects for my nudes.

I shot my first amateur art nudes in 2003 with an Italian girl I met on a train, then I started with soft erotic shootings in a couple of workshops in Venice  in 2006, and then in 2007 I finally started with my first semi-professional erotic shootings in Czech Republic and Poland — both countries I was familiar with due to my several trips riding my motorbike in the summer across central-eastern Europe.

You started contributing photo sets to Metart in early 2012, later that year you began contributing work to Sexart, and to The Life Erotic in 2013. Had you published any of your erotic photography before your work for the Metart Network?

D: Publishing my work at Metart had always been my aspiration since the beginning of my erotic shootings and I never really thought of submitting to any other website. Although my very first exposure to soft nudes was with Playboy magazine — I bought my first issue in August 1990 — my view of erotic nudes was shaped and influenced by Metart some years later. I had created my first e-mail account in 2000 and a few months later I subscribed to the Metart newsletter, soon after discovering the site. I remember I saved all the 16 preview images of the featured sets and was amazed by the beauty of models and their erotic attitude captured by the perfect photography. Metart has been my leading influence in erotic photography and one of the biggest influences on my erotic vision.

My early erotic work was closer to The Life Erotic's style in terms of lighting and models' facial expressions, then evolved towards Sexart's main features in a way, while I was still a bit distant from the average Metart style, with crystal clear images and brighter lighting and models smiling and in a happy mood.

Paradoxically I started publishing on Metart first, with "Presenting" Grace C, then Sexart with Mia Sollis,  and finally on The Life Erotic, also with Mia.

I only decided to give publishing a try in 2010, when I sent my first submissions to Metart. After the first feedback (good work/style but models not interesting or already published) I let some time go by, then tried again in 2011 with a few other submissions which were not interesting enough, and then finally had my first sets published in April 2012, with Grace C.

In the summer of 2011 I actually collaborated with a Metart photographer who got in touch with me, Peter Guzman. We arranged a few combined shoots to share costs and models, and I integrated some of his sets with Edwige A, As well as Mia Sollis, and Marjana A.

By the end of the summer 2011 I decided to start shooting and submitting alone, and I started with Mia Sollis and Edwige, two of the models I knew better.

Back to the question: I have actually thought of expanding  and publishing my work on other erotic websites, especially when I didn't have many sets released on the Metart Network. But recently, when I had my work released on a more frequent basis, I started thinking to be loyal to the Network for a number of reasons. One of them is that I consider Metart the top erotic website, the first and only for me, which keeps evolving in a thoughtful way, taking into account ideas and suggestions by members. The other reason has to do with a fact which happened this summer and made me reconsider several things in my life and my career, I'll explain later.

Metart, Sexart, and TLE each have a distinct, unique style, focus, and format. Your work has appeared on all three sites. How do you adjust your style and approach when you're shooting for Metart as compared to TLE, or TLE compared to Sexart?

D: When I shoot a model for Metart my main goal is to simply bring out the model's beauty and her happiness of showing her intimate beauty to the viewer, connecting with him, using a location and a lighting that match this overall feel, possibly in a simple and not too distracting setting. The focus is on the model's beauty and sensuality. One of the first sets embodying this aesthetic feel is my first with Mia Sollis, Voile, which was also reviewed by you in the Metart blog,  and that's where I actually started exchanging comments with some members back in February 2013.

For my TLE work, if we speak about open legs style, the focus is not only on beauty and sensuality but also on a more intriguing side of the model's mood, or  a fetish such as shaving, sometimes combined with the silver mirror insertions, like the one with Tess B, along  with an overall "darker" feel given by the lighting, with lower intensity and higher contrast, making the setting look a bit more undefined and mysterious, like in my first set with Mia Manarote.

For TLE masturbation, and some fetish sets, the model also has to appear involved in the erotic action showing her sexuality in an almost dramatic way, the darker side of her erotic potential, pretending to be aware that someone is watching hidden in sort of a voyeuristic situation.

For Sexart I ask my models to "make it real." Once I show them the setting and the outfit I tell them what the story is about and to believe in it, acting in a continuous action as if I was shooting a video, so that the flow of the action looks more natural, only stopping for the single shot. I also ask them to pretend I am not there and to concentrate on their own pleasure in a natural/realistic way, without exaggerating with facial expressions, but they're allowed to glance at the camera from time to time, when they feel like or when I tell them to do it, in order to keep the contact with the viewer and remind him that the action is for him and also to give a flirty taste to some headshots which I include to let the viewer see what's in the eyes of the model while feeling the pleasure. One of the most satisfying sets is my second with Sapphira.

Have you ever shot something for, say, Metart, but then ended up submitting it to Sexart, instead?

D: When I plan a shooting with some model in a certain location of course I already have an idea of what site I'm going to submit it to. If I had to give a priority that would be Metart, Sexart, TLE for a number of reasons, and this also reflects the number of sets. But sometimes when I am actually shooting it happens that some factors make me change my mind and switch to a style suitable for a site which is different from the initial idea. But it also happened that after taking a look at the photos before editing I realize that the overall feel of a certain set is more suitable for another site, but that's possible from Metart to TLE, or from Sexart to TLE, seldom vice-versa (for lighting reasons) and never from Metart to Sexart (because of the poses/style). Once, after initially scheduling a Metart shooting with some models who had never done masturbation in photos, we ended up giving a try to a Sexart or TLE set (none of these sets has yet been published). And I've submitted sets to Metart and Sexart but then it was suggested I submit them to TLE because the photo editor found the set or the model more suitable for that site, like in the case of the first sets with Paula Shy, Sunshine, and Chloe Coco, and there are a few more.

In the studio or on location — which do you prefer?

D: I generally prefer to shoot indoor with a soft natural light from the window and a realistic setting, because I have everything in control, the ambience is relaxed  with some good music, and posing is generally more comfortable for the model.

I set up a small studio in my old apartment, with a few backdrops in front of a big window, so I could use it either with natural light or with studio light, or combining the two. I have in mind my own private studio for the future, it would be halfway between a painter's and a photographer's studio, with plenty of natural white light during the day.

When the weather is nice and the temperature warm enough for the models, I have a nice location nearby that's also a great option to go shooting outdoor, but it depends also on how happy the model is, because posing is usually not as comfortable as indoor, then there may be some interruptions for various reasons — the lighting conditions may change more dramatically than indoor, then there may be some logistic issues that could distract from me from focusing on the model and the posing.

But basically it's the light of the moment that inspires me and drives me.

A typical set has about 120 images, give or take. How many total images do you shoot during a single session? And how do you approach the task of editing a set for submittal? 

D: I usually shoot 160-200 images, depending on the model's skills/attitude (beginner/experienced, willing/bored) and the lighting conditions (affecting shutter speed, therefore risk of motion blur). When I have the feeling I have at least 130-140 good images I check quickly on the display the variety of poses and if I think it's enough I stop. But there are times when the model is so good that I just can't stop, when we are both in good mood and the poses keep coming different and sexy. I know that I am not going to use all of the images but I can't help, I still shoot for the fun of it. And I also like to show the model many nice pics of herself, especially portraits.

I start editing the set usually after my regular job, at night, or in the weekends, when I am not too tired. I take a look at the whole set, deleting the bad pictures, separating the repetitive shots, and selecting the good images, usually no less than 120. Then I work on the RAW files, starting to give the image the light temperature/tone that best matches the model, the setting and the feel of the set.

My wife Phi — a member suggested this nickname, the ancient Greek letter for "F," because it's the initial of her real name — is there for this phase. She both helps me find the right settings — sometimes it gets too subjective, especially when the lighting during the shooting varied — and she also does most of the editing herself, especially when the photos also need to be retouched. I prefer not to retouch unless it's necessary to comply to the standards of photography on Metart or other sites in the Network. So there are tattoos to get rid of and skin imperfections to fix, as well as details in the setting which are not nice to be seen, in order to make the image look pleasant and eliminate unnecessary small details distracting from the main subject. This phase, for the most complicated sets, can even take up to two or three days for just one set.

Lately, as you may have noticed, my sets have become larger. I've started to extract some images that inspire me for artistic black and white and desaturated color treatments. These are usually images that normally would look like repetitions or be too serious in the set, but that are good for a different image style. I also include close-ups and interesting details. I decided to add these shots as a bonus to a standard set, because I felt the need to let the viewer see the model in other ways, like I do whenever I shoot, trying to imagine the photos in different styles as if they were different techniques of painting or drawing.

It's still kind of an experiment for me, especially if you consider that I started working on black and white and desaturated images not so long before including this type of work in my sets, although B&W is very close to pencil and charcoal drawing, which are one of my favorite techniques.

Members seemed to have appreciated enthusiastically so far, so I consider it kind of a trademark and even if it takes time to do it I will keep doing it willingly. The first set where I included some extra images was my first with Michaela Isizzu, although it was mostly some plain black and white backstage images, so actually the very first attempt was with one of my sets with Sunshine, also reviewed by you in the blog.

All your work for the various sites in the Metart Network have been still galleries. Do you have any interest in shooting motion pictures?

D: I would really love to start shooting movies. I did shoot a few videos with my DSLR a couple of years ago, but I haven't edited them, and anyway I don't consider them good enough yet. I have also shot some backstage video for fun. Videos are very challenging, and I think I have the eye to shoot them, but at the moment it's a matter of time: I am working too hard to have the time to start shooting and reaching a satisfactory level, and I would need more time to edit the videos, too. I always have a very thoughtful approach when it's about starting something I really care about, but then when I start I work very hard and it's difficult to stop me. You can consider the wish of starting to shoot videos my resolution for 2015.

You had a severe misfortune last summer — all your photographic gear and the laptop with your latest work was stolen. How did you recover from this devastating blow, and has this experience changed anything in your approach to shooting?

D: The theft of all my gear last July was a real shock. Now, so many months later, I still think about the few seconds when I was distracted by a man crying out and running to me as someone grabbed my backpack with everything inside and ran away.

I had just come back from one of my most successful shootings in Prague, four days of hard work with Sapphira, Nici Dee, Vanessa Angel, Paula Shy, Dido A, Celeste A and a couple of other models, shooting about twenty-five sets, mostly for Metart and Sexart, and a few for TLE. In few seconds I lost everything: my photo/video gear, my laptop, the hard disks and memory cards with all the work, making the time and expenses for the entire trip a total waste. I saw the robbery on the CCTV the day after, and it was very hard to take. I stayed in bed for a couple of days, trying to get some sleep, staring at the ceiling, hoping to have some news from the police or from friends searching the markets, or from Internet, but nothing.

I stopped being a photographer for some days, suspended in a very uncomfortable situation, but already the day of the misfortune things started happening: my wife let my closest friends know about the robbery, she even wrote to [Metart Network Photo Editor] K to let her know what had happened, and then a post on Facebook kick-started the reaction of some of my most loyal fans, especially from the US, supporting and offering help, easing the shock and giving me back self-confidence little by little. My "Number One" fan in particular also alerted [Metart Network owners] Jon and Niko about the theft. In a very short time I was offered an incredible amount of support by Metart which allowed me to get back to shooting with new gear and with an appropriate budget.

In the end, although that was a very hard lesson for me, it turned out to be also an important occasion which showed me how much Jon and all the Metart staff believed in me and in my work, as well as an opportunity to find real friends from the community of regular commentators, especially from Metart. It felt like belonging to an extraordinary family. Now I am in touch with several members of this great community on a regular basis, we speak about a range of things besides erotic photography, and it's all so fun and interesting.

The first sets released right after this disaster were with Connie Carter, first on TLE, and then on Sexart, followed by Lauren Crist on Metart, which kept me "alive" on the Network and made me experience the unexpected, incredible support from the members through the comments. I would like to thank all of them for giving me strength during those hard days.

I have also started being in touch with other Metart Network photographers, like Catherine, Luca Helios and Flora, after already being friends with Peter Guzman, Ken Tavos and Balius. I think that the exchange of ideas and points of view between artists is very fruitful, bringing the overall level of the entire Metart Network higher and higher, while the interaction with members keeps the Network evolving and facing the new challenges of modern erotic still and motion pictures.

This experience made me rethink all of my work and reconsider everything I did so far, being more aware of the actual value of all the equipment and the work itself, therefore giving more value to the efforts I do to carry out a shooting and produce a set.Venice panorama at sunset by Deltagamma

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Amarna Miller talks about her life and her passions!

Amarna is the kind of girl you could fall in love with. It’s not just her looks, although she is deliciously pretty, with sparkling eyes and a smile that can melt your heart. It’s her attitude – she’s vivacious, playful, thoughtful and utterly captivating. She’s also open and uninhibited about her sexuality. Amarna embraces life, and maybe that’s what makes us want to embrace her! I was lucky enough to get to ask Amarna all those questions on the tip of my tongue – and now I adore her even more, and I’m pretty sure you will too…

Can you tell us a little about yourself, and what you enjoy doing?

AM: Of course! I’m a Spanish model, porn actress and writer. I spend my life traveling around the world shooting for the companies that I like and having as many adventures as I can! I consider myself an adrenaline junkie and I love to be out of my comfort zone. I suppose that’s one of the reasons that led me to work in this business. As you can imagine, I love outdoor sports, hiking, scuba diving, traveling to unexplored locations while searching for antique stuff as if I was Lara Croft… and all the things your mom tells you not to do.

I studied Fine Arts, specialized in photography and cinema, and I lived in the US for almost a year while I was still at university; that’s why I know how to speak English! I founded my own porn production company when I was 19 years old and I closed it six months ago. I’m 24 now, and I spend most of the time planning how to conquer the world. From time to time I give talks related to sexuality or how to open your mental frontiers.

When I’m free I also write about my crazy life if the editors are crazy enough to let me do it! At the moment I collaborate with Vice, Playground and Primera Linea magazines. I also publish in the Spanish newspaper El Periodico de Catalunya. In my last column I wrote about how much I hate the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ trilogy. Oh, yes: I’m also very direct and I value sincerity above everything in this world. 

I’m the opposite of a materialistic person and I save each cent I earn to spend it on having as many experiences as I can. Mostly going to crazy places (last year I was living in a tent while doing a road trip around Australia) but also enjoying good food to feed my stomach (I especially enjoy Korma chicken) or for my soul (books! books! books!). I love the work of Jack Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs and most of the beatnik generation. Meanwhile, I do porn. Why? Because I love sex, I’m an exhibitionist and I love to show the world that you can have brains and live because of your body. And also because it allows me to travel, of course!

I have a polyamory relationship and I’m a very open minded person. I believe in free love and I think that you should not tie down the people you love! For this same reason I don’t practice monogamy and I don’t have sexual or emotional exclusivity with my partner.

I’m surrounded by people I love, I mostly do what I want in this life and I truly love my job. So, as you can see, I’m a very happy person!

Your look is quite distinctive for a Spanish girl – pale skin and red hair. Do you think that makes you stand out? What is your favorite thing about your appearance?

AM: My favorite part of my body is my eyes, because they are blue and that’s not something very common in my country. About the red hair and the distinctive appearance, it can be something good or not, depending what company you want to work with. Some productions want a ‘girl next door’ look and they complain about my crazy hair!

What inspired you to get into nude modeling?

AM: I’ve always been an open minded person, and because I was studying Fine Arts I was surrounded by painters, photographers and people related to the artistic media. I met a guy and he asked me to model for him; at first I hesitated but when I finally did it… it was amazing! Not just because the final pictures were great, but also because I was able to prove to myself that I was capable of being pretty on camera. At that time I had very low self-esteem, so starting to do nude modeling became some kind of therapy for being happy with my style of beauty and my body.

 Did you do a lot of stills photography, before starting to make movies?

AM: Yes, I’ve been working as an artistic model since I was 18 years old so I was already comfortable in front of the cameras when I started in porn. Here is my model portfolio, if you want to take a look! http://www.amarnamiller.com/portfolio/?lang=en

 What do you enjoy about making movies?

AM: Basically I love to experiment with my sexuality and I enjoy trying new things! This business allows me to try practices and recreate situations that I would not do in my normal life, so it’s quite exciting. I also love to travel, meet new people and have new experiences every day; each day of your life becomes an adventure because you can play different characters, different styles…

You have worked a lot with Alis Locanta – what do you enjoy about working with him? How is it different to other movies you have made?

AM: Alis and his team are professional filmmakers in the biggest sense of the word. When you work in porn you usually don’t find such a high quality in terms of aesthetic, image and technical level and as a Fine Arts graduate it makes me happy to participate in their works of art. 

I mean, when you work with Alis you are doing a real movie, not only shooting sex! That’s what makes him stand apart from other directors: he doesn’t film porn, he shoots movies in which there are sexual encounters.

You seem to enjoy making movies with themes of dominance and submission. Is this something that turns you on? Are you more dominant or submissive by nature?

AM: Yes! I enjoy exploring the limits of my sexuality and experimenting with new horizons… I suppose that’s why I love BDSM both in front of and behind the cameras. It allows me to know my limits and find pleasure in things that I wouldn’t have expected.

I switch, which means that I can be submissive or dominant depending on the person, the practices and the situation. For example, with women I tend to be more dominant while with boys I like to be the bottom part of the play. But it depends a lot!

I especially love an artistic type of Japanese bondage called shibari, which involves tying your partner’s body doing intricate, beautiful patterns. You can suspend the person from the ceiling or just play with the feeling of the power exchange. The rope becomes an extension of your own body and as you’re tying your partner he/she falls into a semi-meditative state called ‘subspace.’ Time and space just stop and when you wake up from the trance it’s just amazing. If you haven’t heard about this before I would recommend you to take a look at the pictures of the Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki… I did a lot of articles related to his work while I was studying for my degree, and I can say I’m in love with what he does!

Which is your favorite of the movies you have shot for SexArt, and why?

AM: That’s a hard question! I especially like the ‘Waltz With Me’ series for the way in which Alis recorded it… when I first heard about the idea of doing a circular traveling camera with the sex scene as the center of the rotation, I called him almost shouting, “PLEASE LET ME APPEAR IN THIS FILM!” When he chose me as one of the actresses I was jumping with excitement! 

Which was your favorite partner?

AM: My shoot with Ariel Rebel (‘Pour Toi Mon Amour 4’) was absolutely incredible. Not only because she’s extremely hot (and a very good lover, I have to say), but also because she’s interesting as a person. We were talking for hours before and after filming and I really felt attracted to her for more than the physical aspect. Regarding girls, I also fell in love with Tracy Lindsay, Samantha Bentley and Gina Gerson.

As for the boys, I love to work with Franck Franco. We’ve always had a special connection and you can feel it when you watch our films together: there are lots of kisses, passion, chemistry… Juan Lucho is also amazing: incredible sex and always taking care of you during the shoots.

By the way, I want to say that I cannot wait to work with Alexa Tomas and Julia Roca! Please, directors of SexArt, organize a shoot with the three of us.

Do you enjoy shooting scenes more with girls or boys? Do you have sex with girls in your personal life?

AM: Yes, I’ve had both emotional and sexual relationships with girls in my personal life. I consider myself completely bisexual and I like men and women equally…. Having said that, I have to tell you that sometimes I have a period in which I feel more attracted to one gender than the other, but usually I like the person rather than their sex. On screen it is exactly the same: sometimes you have a lot of chemistry with someone and sometimes not, and it doesn’t depend on what they have between their legs. 

You also write scripts, including ‘Que es la Pasion,’ your scene with Juan Lucho. Can you tell us about this movie – what inspired it?

AM: We wanted to do something related to love, sex, chemistry… but it was just an abstract idea. Alis wanted something special, a definition of passion, narrated by me for the beginning of the video, so I started to write and the words just flowed. I read a lot of poetry and I also write my own work so it was easy to just imagine how I feel when I really like someone, and translate that into words.

What are your ambitions?

AM: I take a lot of care in becoming the person I want to be. I manage my emotions, learn how to avoid the unhealthy people and the toxic situations and live the life I want to have. It seems simple but it’s not!

Beyond that, my biggest ambition is to travel around the world. At some point I would love to sell everything and just live while traveling… I will photograph everything and write about my life on my website.

Is there anything else you would like to tell your fans?

AM: Yes! If you like me and you want to know more about me or follow my adventures around the world you should definitely check out my personal blog http://www.amarnamiller.com. I write every day, not only about porn (that would be pretty boring…), but also about my ideas, plans, my way of seeing life… I really hope you enjoy it, and thank you for this opportunity to share my thoughts.

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A celebration of beauty

Once in a while, a movie comes along that resonates perfectly on an emotional as well as a physical level. Tomorrow’s film from Andrej Lupin and Ariel Piper Fawn is so strikingly lovely that I think it deserves to be recognized as an instant classic. ‘Together’ begins with an extended tracking shot worthy of any big-budget Hollywood movie – and way more creative than most – as we follow Spanish firecracker Alexis Tomas through the streets of Sitges towards the train station, where she is meeting her lover. In a simple white dress and sandals, Alexa exudes a natural sensuality even though we only see her from behind. The evocative music and sun-drenched location add to the sense of identification with this willowy figure. When we do see her face at last, she is so exquisite, the anticipation so plainly written on her expressive features, that if I weren’t already utterly enamoured with her, it would be love at first sight.

Gorgeous Lexie Dona emerges from the station, and the girls embrace with such genuine passion, it’s a truly romantic moment. Their affection is evident as they stroll through the streets hand in hand, stopping for a steamy kiss that hints at the delights to come.

The lovemaking is every bit as visually stunning – and emotionally, as well as erotically stirring – as the prelude had led me to hope for. Both girls have a physical confidence and lack of inhibition that is very arousing, and the attraction between them is palpable. Lexie, already deliciously naked, wakes Alexa from her nap with delicate caresses that build in intensity until they are kissing passionately once again. Lexie’s fingers slide between her girlfriend’s parted thighs, exploring the wetness she finds there. Every lingering touch, every gasp and quiver, is lovingly captured by the superb camerawork – and the sex that follows is explosive.

I think this movie has got it all – romance, passion, beauty, and thrilling eroticism. What do you think?

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    Sublime, artistic solo video. Nancy's involvement in the filming is.....no words. What a woman.Congratulations to Andrej & Ariel team....another proof of their high standards. As well as David Jones' eye for the photos.

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    This couple looks, in the end, like they are ready to go somewhere where they can really get it on.

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    Notregde 11 hours ago

    Assume the three photo sets that have been posted were all shot about the same time by Varin. As hot as they are there needs to be a video next time ending in a deep vaginal orgasm. Even a couple of nanny cams would do. Understand the complexities of video versus stills. Maybe not possible. Just asking.

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    Eurolicious 15 hours ago

    yea Ricky has a tree trunk

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    Thomas Flyer 19 hours ago

    Wow! Great looking chick, cute guy. Ferrera's got perfect tits and a supper sexy body. The only flaw is that he should have saved up a bigger load for the end and shot it from her belly button to her nipples.

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    Ehrenpferd 1 day ago

    And it's not even my birthday yet!

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    Wolfie 1 day ago

    Two of my all-time favorite women, but all that potential ruined with the inclusion of the clothing. Disappointed.

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    Lovelez 1 day ago

    Gabi, it's been four years baby. I bet you haven't changed at all. One can only hope you are okay and that you just met a jealous guy/lady. I am just asking as a favor to at least your faithful few that you come back and show us the body we all want. You were very hot when you were here and we need you back. So few babes and so little time.

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    Lovelez 1 day ago

    Do you know how hot Emylia Argan is? It's been well over a year since she has photo sessioned for us. Notice the time Paula who is supposed to be Shy spends on her in relation to the time Paula gets attention. Emylia is the most desirable woman by men and women alike. She has a body that is right up there with Nancy A. Desirable and naturally desirable at that. Emylia has to do more frequent appearances. It's been way too long in between shoots. Nobody better baby.

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    Shere Khan 1 day ago

    Thanks Rose.

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    LeHombre 1 day ago

    Pretty good, beter than recent productions but that music....lose it!

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    Shere Khan 1 day ago

    I'm a big fan of Emylia Argan and her g-g scenes ('Autumn' with Antonia Sainz in is still one of my favourites on SA), so it's great to see her again. She's not nearly featured here enough for my liking.

    Yet another quality film from Andrej Lupin and team. Thanks.

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    Sublime 2 days ago

    Sade Mare is the most beautiful woman you have, she is graceful, intelligent looking, with the most astounding nipples and feet. Her poise is perfect, sophisticate and very very sexy. We want to see more of her, with great photographers who can bring out the best in her. She can be wasted by insensitive photographers.

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    beetle 2 days ago

    Cute and sexy girl. Perfect face and sensational body. I love especially the cute , small and hanging breasts with the stiff nipples. Really suckable ones. Mmmh.

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    Rose 2 days ago

    Apologies to all who experienced issues with the 4K download, this is now fixed – enjoy :-)

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    Rose 2 days ago

    Sensational! Two beautiful, confident, powerfully sexual women giving each other pleasure. Simply gorgeous. I hope we see much more of Emylia, she's amazing :-)

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    solrage 2 days ago

    What a stunningly gorgeous film this is. I'm truly speechless. Easily in the top 10 on this site.

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    Gerd 2 days ago

    Beautiful couple having great sex ! Brilliant film ! Like to see more of them !

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