Please don't stop.
I’m going to try and soldier-on, but for better or for worse, I tend to pour my heart and soul into my photography and, as a consequence of wearing my heart on my sleeve, it wounds deeply when it appears that I’ve expended time, effort, energy, money and my emotional capital to work with someone whose agenda was something other than making art.
Maybe, Melanie, I’ll take a page out of Spiro Scindo’s book and only work with people I consider true, honest friends.
It would appear that femme-perdue is back on Tumblr or somebody is impersonating her, and your photos I believe, as french-catxoxo.
I’m not sure.
Either way it’s depressing: either someone is trying to ride Bella’s coattails or Bella wasn’t straight with me in her last email.
I’m growing tired of feeling used. I may very well stop photographing people, as of August 24 — I’ve been considering it for some time, now.
Facebook seems intent on stifling discussion of nude art
Once again, Facebook has declared my advertisement in violation of their guidelines, with an entirely new excuse.
A few days into the Kickstarter campaign for Bare: Conversations on Human Art, Facebook declared that the promotional video was, in their view, an advertisement for sexual services, and therefore prohibited under their advertising guidelines.
A few days later, upon review, Facebook’s representative wrote me to say that the ad was not, in fact, in violation of any of their guidelines and was…
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Do you know what that is? That is an album of every digital nude I’ve made over the past 365 days. That’s more than 11,000 images. And there’s 12,000 more from 2010-2012… and that doesn’t include my film work…
This blog only has 1,400 posts… which means there’s a ton of photos you’ve never seen… I’ve been holding back on the really good ones.
Would you like me to post them? Then, do me a favor and click the image below:
If the Kickstarter campaign for Bare: Conversations on Human Art exceeds $1,000 before midnight EDT on Sunday night, in addition to my daily photo post, I will post 1 never-before-seen photograph for every additional $100 that’s pledged. (A photo when it hits $1,000… a photo when it hits $1,100… $1,200… and so on, through the end of the campaign, on August 6th, even if it exceeds the goal amount).
Though backing the project is the most direct way to help me meet my goal, you can help out, in other ways, if you can’t spare the cash:
As always, please visit BareConversation.com for more information about the exhibition.
Let’s try this one more time — if everyone who followed me gave $1, we’d more than meet the goal.