November 1, 2010 § Leave a Comment
“How To Take Erotic Photos”
By Ruby Jones
Back by popular demand, I tackle the art of capturing yourself as you fuck yourself!
I want to begin by saying and triple underlining: Be cautious about who you send your photos to.
Ask yourself: does this individual respect me, and the intimacy I am establishing, by sharing this vulnerable and beautiful part of myself? Take your time!
Here are some common questions I receive:
Why do you do that? I like to think of each photo I send/share as a gift for my lover. A piece of me. A picture is worth a thousand words, right? For me, it’s very fun too! I need to express my sensuality/sexuality and it’s a great outlet for my gushing energy.
What the hell do I do? I begin, if it’s a new lover, with less exposed photos: a post come portrait, a close up of a delicious body part, but generally I keep them a bit private and usually, as a precaution, without face and body in the same shot. Just to begin!
If I’m clicking away for a lover i do trust/know the sky is the limit! I’ve done everything from: a strip tease series, dress up, cunt close ups, you name it. Always make sure you’re having fun, feeling sexy and safe.
How do you take your pics? Well, god bless the photo booth on my mac and the gorillacam app on my iphone. One hand is all you need! Hahaha I always make sure I’m in a sexy mood, sometimes I do a little self loving session before things get underway; gets those creative juices flowing and inspires me. I make sure I have flattering lighting, normally nothing too bright; lamps, candles or natural light work best for me. I take many pics of the same angle/part/expression and choose the one I like best.
Do I have to be masturbating? No. A little portrait of you with a saucy expression is, by my definition, an erotic photo too. It’s intimate, sharing of your sexual self. The very first erotic photo I took was for my Samurai. We’d just had our first skype date and I was glowing with oxytocin dew. He commented on how he loved the deep dip of my waist and I snapped myself lying on my side, nude, with my waist and hip being the focal point, no tits, no ass, no vulva; still incredibly sexy (thank you very much!) and well received.
How do I send it? Avoid facebook and twitter. Stick with email/text or another private file sharing medium, dropbox or even skype.
What do your lovers usually say when they get them? Well, that’s a mixed bag and surely depends on the photo; anything from photos replies, to erotic writing tidbits, to a sweet and simple ‘thank you’. If I’m not satisfied with a response I receive, I usually will say frankly and flirty: “Next time I send you a pic, I want you to tell me what it makes you feel, what it makes you want to do with, for and all over me.” something like that, because for me it’s a dialogue. You need to decide what you feel you need.
A Note: Some people just don’t get the intimacy behind sexy photo exchange. My former lover, Beaux, once asked me out right “why do you do that?” after sending him some mind bendingly beautiful images, which he did enjoy. I’m not sure how I answered the question at that time but it drew a line for me right away: this person does not get this and so this person does not get this privilege. If you are feeling like your lover isn’t appreciating the gesture, remedy that: by communicating or stop giving. You are being brave, tenacious and hot, if they don’t get that, they’re either a) an idiot (half kidding) b) not worthy of your hotness or c) not ready for the vulnerability of the expression. It’s not a deal breaker for me necessarily but it does make a girl think about the kind of person she’s sharing herself with…
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