Nude Photography is a style of photography in which the naked human body is depicted as art. Photographers consider the nude as a study of the human body rather than of the person. Or rather, in a nude shoot, the photographer can give free rein to his creativity. In collaboration with the model, the most exciting visual experiments emerge unbound by a subject or theme. In addition, the development of the nude in photography is a representation of the changing social and societal moral frameworks. Whereas in the sixties and seventies of the last century it could hardly be bare...
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