MarkVarley

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Bondage Week 2 - Day 7
I'm quite well known for my shibari and rope bondage in both the fetish world and photography world so I thought I'd do a 'bondage week' for the rest of this week featuring some photos from my recent book 'London Bound' which can be seen at
www.TwistedArts.co.uk/londonbound

Final day and we are at home with Katja, in her hallway. There are a few things I like about this shot, firstly it's realism, the lightsource is clearly in the shot, nothing 'staged' here, this is how it was. Also the lines of the composition come together nicely with her long figure ant the lines of the corridor, doorways and wood panneling. Finally, in the background, beyond the flash, is a black-hole of a room, what is in there?

Lighting is, as you see, a single flash unit bouncing off the corridor wall and lighting directly.

Tomorrow we return to the ropeless work so those with a distaste for bondage can come back!

LondonBound

Bondage Week 2 - Day 7
I'm quite well known for my shibari and rope bondage in both the fetish world and photography world so I thought I'd do a 'bondage week' for the rest of this week featuring some photos from my recent book 'London Bound' which can be seen at
www.TwistedArts.co.uk/londonbound

Final day and we are at home with Katja, in her hallway. There are a few things I like about this shot, firstly it's realism, the lightsource is clearly in the shot, nothing 'staged' here, this is how it was. Also the lines of the composition come together nicely with her long figure ant the lines of the corridor, doorways and wood panneling. Finally, in the background, beyond the flash, is a black-hole of a room, what is in there?

Lighting is, as you see, a single flash unit bouncing off the corridor wall and lighting directly.

Tomorrow we return to the ropeless work so those with a distaste for bondage can come back!

comments (1)

That shining composition you have created here, Mark. In addition, the body of the model is precious!
Mark Varley: This probably breaks several rules of photography but the most important rule 'make it look good' is not broken i think. thank you José

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