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Photography and erotic art



Erotic art brings together countless forms of masquerading. They are designed to reproduce and express scenes of sexuality. But what is the importance of photography in erotic art? Photography is still one of the most used channels in these forms of expression. From the beginning, it has been considered as a symbolic tool of realism and truthfulness perhaps with some mystery.

On the other hand, on Skokka is clear that it is still common to find individuals among the independent escorts in Dublin who share the idea that all kinds of erotic photography tend to a more “perverted” side. However, the use of this art is employed in several ways at the time of its execution.

Within all the facets of the artistic sphere there is eroticism that mixes sensuality and mystery, reaching fetishism. Meanwhile, there is the use of an imagination that is potentially challenged. The photography that represents erotic art is full of controversy.

Although it is not something new, photography that uses erotic art is still a taboo. There are still several misconceptions regarding the theory of erotic art in photography. That is why it is common to reach polarized conclusions and often with certain prejudices.

Within what is considered art, there are those who see the word "erotic" as something somewhat appellative. In addition, there are those who believe that it can be something deeply offensive. Be that as it may, in a general way, why is art not understood simply as something artistic rather than a controversial piece?



The truth must be told: photography as erotic art is not contemplated and is not available to everyone. However, this is a truth that applies to all kinds of art, including landscape pictures, portraits or urban photography.

Facing an artistic photo that carries eroticism, another side of photography and erotic art comes into debate. Is it true to say at first glance that it is pornography, what is the difference between erotic art and pornography itself?

That depends on the perspective and how it is seen. The receptivity of the person who sees the art, will also depend on the medium.

When analysing it more technically, there is an obvious distinction between the two. It is the medium through which the images are captured. Moreover, the way they are spread, and the artist's own intention are key to differentiate porn from erotic art in photography.

The natural phenomenon is to expect that works created and made by hand in a different way to photography, are rather accepted.

However, it is not often seen that this register also has a living model, usually an Aussie escort posing for the work. In photography, the perception of the captured work can be different in each person. However, erotic art photographed does not give option to denial. There may be a mystery, there may be many intentions behind it, but in the case of models, the meaning of that photograph is not camouflaged.

Photography, erotic art and nudity
A variety of models and photographers around the world seek to portray the human body through cameras, even though it is sometimes a complex art. It is also to be constantly working with the taboos that intersect with sexuality in a society that has not yet naturalised the body as simply a body.



Nudity, although it clearly presents a natural beauty, is still censored and considered an aggression in front of part of the different looks of the public. At the same time, when treated with sensitivity, photography can transform nudity into something beyond just an image. Dealing with nudity from another perspective can transform the body itself into art, as a kind of poetry or a story to be told.

Today there is still a prejudice about eroticism. Just as for some it is synonymous with art, it is recognised by many others as something bad or forbidden. That is why they compare nudity to pornography, when after all, it is a tool that really wants to escape these concepts.

The taboos that involve sexuality and nudity also have to do with some trace between society and what morality entails. While photography does not give space for the denial of what is seen, on the other hand it collaborates with the opening of a world of knowledge of the body that professionals like the UK escorts have already explored.

Erotic art directly influences the attitude and the way of seeing things. Therefore, some barriers are broken. Photography proposes to explore details, colours, poses, even to find in the images the purpose of art as part of all things.

Would it be something for one to dare? To pose for a photo, to be in a place chosen for it and to enter as a model in the erotic art.

Fdo.: Julia Santos










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