Did you forget about Serina Cardoni? How dare you. Editing down this girl’s photos is such a painful process. I have an astronomically heavy trigger finger when she is in front of me. But hard drives are huge these days, so deal with it. I confess, when Serina proposed this outfit to shoot in, there was some fist-pumping going on in my head.
The girl is stunning and is surprisingly modest. Every compliment I paid her received a softly-spoken ‘thank you’ in return. Hope this natural, laid back beauty brightens your Sunday. Serina, you have humbled me as a photo editor.
Jules Diamond allowed me to photograph her at her place. Some girls are hesitant about that sort of thing, but I tell them that its safer for the girl to invite me to their place then for the girl to enter a complete stranger’s home, right? Plus, who wants to have to pack all sorts of crap into a suitcase and battle the Los Angeles traffic?
Also, potential models often ask if I hire a makeup artist or if I have a photo studio. I swiftly confess that I only photograph girls who do not need professional makeup in order to look appealing. And if I was limited to shooting in the same environment each time, I’d feel like a mouse on an exercise wheel. For better or worse, I’ll stick to winging it.
Bailey Rayne whipped out this revealing piece of lingerie that she had just acquired and asked if I would be up for for the task. Um, yeah, I think I can manage. I apologize to you in advance for the mesh material leaving less to the imagination than usual. Bailey is a music aficionado.
We spoke of Zimmer, Glass, Greenwood, and other composers I enjoy. Her knowledge far surpassed mine, so I just asked questions and held my tongue. Brains, body, and sexuality; Bailey Rayne wins the trifecta.
Back in Houston, Natalie Austin and I visit an outlet mall. This curvy twenty-year-old is brave. The sweater she walked around in offered less than complete coverage. Then, her white tank left little to the imagination.
I wonder if the young men working the kiosks will remember the sight. They certainly could not let the vision pass without some excited commentary. The Pooh and Clifford rides ate our quarters. Would have made for a cute video clip. Total buzzkill. Song in the bonus video is “Talk to Me” by Peaches.