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nudesThere are thousands upon thousands of nude photographs on the internet these days. I get my digests from Fleshbot's Babelogs when I don't feel like hunting them down myself. Most nude photographs are of models with size 2 bodies who are less than 22 years old. They're airbrushed and have fancy photography and shading to accentuate some parts and hide others. These women also look as if they've always been perfectly comfortable naked in front of a camera.Nate Smith at his website, Driven By Boredom just completed a fantastic nude photography project called "Awkward Nudes" (NSFW). This project is an attempt to desexualize nudes by taking photographs of people who are uncomfortable being nude. What's funny about it, though, is that these models are just acting like they are uncomfortable. The false emotion is clear and ads a bit of humor to what would probably otherwise be a bit sad. Here's what the photographer has to say:
These photos were a project to desexualize nudity and try to do the exact opposite of what would be expected in standard nudes. I wanted my models to look as awkward as possible. This project grew out of my topless Polaroid collection. Everyone looked so funny in the Polaroids I wanted to see if I could recreate that in some funny portraits. I actually ended up using the ones where the models were trying to look uncomfortable over the ones where people looked actually uncomfortable. I found them funnier and that was sort of the point.