Archive for April, 2012

Born in Beijing, Chenman is a young Chinese photographer who is known for her own photographic style. Not only does she use vibrant colors, models with unique make-up and hair but her use of 3D technology, her photos are one of a kind. Take a look at the pictures below.

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Seen as a high fashion photographer in China, Chenman also has been featured in high fashion US magazines as well such as Vision, Vouge, Bazaar, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, and Modern Weekly. Becoming a huge name for fashion photography in China, Chenman is becoming the most promising inspiration of her generation. Her innovative style, and within 10 years of work, she has proclaimed herself as one of China’s most successful commercial photographers.

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Ok Shooters…what are your thoughts on the new controversey of the hacked cell phone shots!?
 
Here is the lastest celebrity photo fluff…
 
 
In the photos, the actress/dancer is wearing nothing as she poses quite provocatively in what appears to be a bedroom. There are less scandalous shots that also were leaked in the batch, and they feature Morris in a “Slave 4 U” costume she once donned on the hit Fox show. The actress has yet to comment on the shots.

It’s hardly the first time she’s had naked photos hit the Internet. In 2010, nude modeling shots of her appeared online, but the actress said she wasn’t ashamed in an interview with “Extra.” “No, I kind of thought it might happen,” she said at the time. “I understand completely where it came from. For me, I think they are beautiful. It’s not something I’m ashamed of. Everybody should do tasteful beautiful nudes — so when you get older, you’re gonna be like, ‘Oh that’s when my body looked so great!’

The news of her photo leak comes just days after both Olivia Munn and Christina Hendricks were reportedly hacked and nude photos of them appeared online. Munn addressed the controversy in a statement over the weekend.

With Las Vegas being a hot bed of celebrity controversey, what is the current feeling from the local studio owners and pro shooters about celebs and their photo/cell phones? 

Is the controversy real or hype?