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11/28/2008 08:35:54 PM · #1
I saw this on another forum and had to ask myself, how could I ever do this, let alone post it on my website.

Matt
11/28/2008 08:43:29 PM · #2
You're kidding right? I think the whole series is fantastic.
11/28/2008 08:43:52 PM · #3
Can't say I wasn't warned. harharhar

Photographically speaking, though, there are some photogs on here that I would love to see edit some of those (or take them). I'm thinking somebody like ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', '/') + 1) . ' judi could have made them "art" and they wouldn't "appeal" just based on the "odd-factor" -- they would truly look good!
11/28/2008 08:45:15 PM · #4
Yea. I want to see the wedding photos.
11/28/2008 08:45:49 PM · #5
Originally posted by Simms:

You're kidding right? I think the whole series is fantastic.


If a Naked woman and a man in a chicken suit isnt odd to you.........I'll have to remember never to party with you.

Matt
11/28/2008 08:47:20 PM · #6
He's one lucky cluck......
11/28/2008 08:50:44 PM · #7
that looks like so much fun! much cooler then the typical engagement photos. kudos for the photographer!
11/28/2008 08:52:39 PM · #8
definitely weird, but...whatever floats their boat, right?
11/28/2008 08:57:19 PM · #9
Those are, hands down, the coolest engagement session photos...ever.

Period.

Exclamation point!
11/28/2008 09:01:08 PM · #10
Some are pretty good while others I would prefer different poses... but seems like a fun session. Think it bodes well for the wedding cause they are likely to be up for anything, so that could be fun for the photg and give them some great images.
11/28/2008 09:03:40 PM · #11
Lovely. I was going to coin and use the term "featherection" in my response, but I thought better of it.
11/28/2008 09:04:54 PM · #12
strange though it may be, I'd be happy to have more customers like that!

there is nothing better than a person who is comfortable in their own skin, and loves to have fun.

we like to take models / bellydancers into upscale hotels & have them climb on the lobby piano half-naked... but nothing as cool as this! (there's always hope!)

(I gave 'em some blog-lovin, btw)
11/28/2008 09:31:27 PM · #13
guess they are not furries ..
11/28/2008 09:49:30 PM · #14
Originally posted by Simms:

You're kidding right? I think the whole series is fantastic.

Originally posted by MattO:


If a Naked woman and a man in a chicken suit isnt odd to you.........I'll have to remember never to party with you.

Matt


Hmmmm, I was thinking the exact opposite.
11/28/2008 10:23:58 PM · #15
those are great. amazing images created by both perfect subjects and a perfect photographer
11/28/2008 10:26:13 PM · #16
Originally posted by vxpra:

Originally posted by Simms:

You're kidding right? I think the whole series is fantastic.

Originally posted by MattO:


If a Naked woman and a man in a chicken suit isnt odd to you.........I'll have to remember never to party with you.

Matt


Hmmmm, I was thinking the exact opposite.


Me too, but MattO is a down-home, old-fashioned, back-woods kind of guy.

The kind of guy that blushes if you say *whispering* undergarment.

The kind of guy that says ma'am to his grandmother

The kind of guy that thinks Fellatio is an Italian Composer

The kind of guy...
11/28/2008 10:29:29 PM · #17
Originally posted by K10DGuy:

Originally posted by vxpra:

Originally posted by Simms:

You're kidding right? I think the whole series is fantastic.

Originally posted by MattO:


If a Naked woman and a man in a chicken suit isnt odd to you.........I'll have to remember never to party with you.

Matt


Hmmmm, I was thinking the exact opposite.


Me too, but MattO is a down-home, old-fashioned, back-woods kind of guy.

The kind of guy that blushes if you say *whispering* undergarment.

The kind of guy that says ma'am to his grandmother

The kind of guy that thinks Fellatio is an Italian Composer

The kind of guy...


Damn with that description if I didnt know me I would be thinking Deliverance..........

Matt
11/28/2008 10:32:00 PM · #18
You did a great job on some of the more traditional stuff there Matt. Not saying you didn't do well with the Chicken suit, but it's not quite my cup of tea. Some of the shots in the concrete are just great!
11/28/2008 10:32:55 PM · #19
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

You did a great job on some of the more traditional stuff there Matt. Not saying you didn't do well with the Chicken suit, but it's not quite my cup of tea. Some of the shots in the concrete are just great!


Umm thats not my stuff :D

Matt
11/28/2008 10:37:12 PM · #20
Originally posted by MattO:

Originally posted by DrAchoo:

You did a great job on some of the more traditional stuff there Matt. Not saying you didn't do well with the Chicken suit, but it's not quite my cup of tea. Some of the shots in the concrete are just great!


Umm thats not my stuff :D

Matt


Haha. Dang. Well, you did a great job pointing out some nice stuff then...
11/28/2008 10:38:31 PM · #21
Originally posted by MattO:



Damn with that description if I didnt know me I would be thinking Deliverance..........

Matt


Oh sure, you're squealing like a piggy, and you think a chicken suit is odd.
11/28/2008 10:43:16 PM · #22
I thought it was yours at first too. It sounded at first like you were bemoaning the fact you ever posted such material.
11/28/2008 10:50:27 PM · #23
WOW I thought the whole port was brilliant
11/28/2008 10:56:12 PM · #24
Originally posted by JulietNN:

WOW I thought the whole port was brilliant


I didnt say the photos were terrible, in fact there are several of the more traditional ones that I would love to have said they were mine. But whats up with the chicken man and naked woman? I mean could you possibly show them to your kids, grandkids, or your mom? Maybe I'm too traditional and smalltown america for this trade. But I could see my face blush to have a couple ask me to do that first part of the session......in fact I'm sure they would all be so underexposed/overexposed/whatever they would ask for a reshoot.

Matt
11/28/2008 11:04:51 PM · #25
Originally posted by MattO:

I saw this on another forum and had to ask myself, how could I ever do this, let alone post it on my website.

Matt


The couple are going too look back on this in years too come and laugh there heads off ..its about looking back and see what we did when we were young ..
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