I don’t seem to get anywhere with women, but sometimes I have fantasized about photographing women.
It would probably be a great way to meet women and see lots of naked women. On the other hand, it would also be very expensive. I would need an actual camera, and a studio, and some lights.
When I was living in Chicago, I knew a guy who did a lot of photography, including women. A lot of the women were models who were glad he charged very little money. He may even have done it for free. Some of the women were a bit on the skanky side in my opinion. I do not find tattoos attractive at all. From what I could tell, his wife did not seem to mind him photographing all these other women.
He would also photograph Renaissance fairs and air shows. I do not know if he went to any air shows in Illinois, but he did go to a few in Wisconsin. Maybe he was at the Janesville Warbird Weekend (also see here). People really seem to like WWII aircraft. Is it because it was the last war we had no doubts about?
Instead of only taking pictures of women standing around, I would need to give them something to do. Using the famous “idea list” technique, here are a few possibilities:
- Walking on a treadmill
- Hanging clothes on a clothesline
- Folding clothes (ironic, I know)
- Changing a light bulb over and over and over again
- Rearranging books on a shelf
- Cleaning and shooting guns
- Jumping rope
- Painting (art or painting a wall)
- Stuffing envelopes
- Trying on different hats and boots
- Writing on a white board
- Cutting cake slices
- Cleaning a glass door
- Practicing with a sword
- Adjusting her hair
Yes, a lot of these are “domestic” tasks. But I thought it would be nice to have some more variety that just a woman bending over while working on a spreadsheet.
Big Jim hates alcohol and loves women. He is the opposite of Brett Kavanaugh.
“Eve” by Pantaleon Szyndler (26 July 1846, – 31 January 1905), assumed allowed under Fair Use.