Welcome to Candid Vision Members Area

Welcome to the members are of Candid Vision. Here you can see more of the shoots I normally share on my blog along with other photos from the years that I’ve been working. It contains all of my content that previously was collected on Rural Nudes and Uncovered Visions All work here is my personal work.

I’m currently in the process of loading my photos dating back to early 2010 toward the present. As I add new galleries and continue to catch up these posts will update the newly added content. Once I’ve finished the initial catch up time, then I will be going back to add selected older work and of course continue to actively update as I work with models moving forward.

Currently I have over fifty galleries totalling more than 1,500 photos loaded featuring models including Melissa Troutt, Keira Grant, Hannah Perez, Ashley Graham, Brynn Cook, Laura New, Kimberly Marvel, Mya Matthews, Charlie Kristine, Katlyn Lacoste, Xlcr Moon, and others.

So what is this site? It’s my attempt to focus on art and glamour nudes, highlighting the beauty of the female form while avoiding trashy and adult nudes. There are many art nudes, many glamour nudes, and some erotic nudes. You will not find any pornographic or adult content on here. Not everything will be perfect as I’m constantly learning and much of the older work I share is not up to the standards I’d have today, but I am okay showing good when it was the best I could do at the time.

Bree Addams: Spring 2015 Film

Recently developed some film from last year that had gotten lost in the shuffle. I can do black and white developing, but color is beyond both my skills and equipment. Hence the delay in these photos taken early in 2015. A set of photos shot of Bree Addams done against a brick wall in a studio in Asheville.

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Bree Addams: Fall 2015

While visiting Charlotte early in the fall of 2015, had the chance to work with Bree Addams again. The original plan was to work outdoors, but it rained. A lot. In fact it rained almost that entire trip come to think of it. Without the ability to work outside, we instead worked inside a studio and thanks to some lighting work brought the sunrise we’d originally planned to work with in anyway.

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Nathalia Rhodes Winter 2016

Some work with Nathalia Rhodes from a cold, wintry day in the mountains of western North Carolina back in February. We barely squeezed it in between the melting off of one snowstorm of a few days before and another that came the following day. These images were done in a small bedroom using just the lighting from the room.

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Kylie Kohl: Summer 2015

Back after the hiatus to deal with some family issues. Today some work with Kylie Kohl from early last summer. This is the first of a few sets coming of her over the next weeks.

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Melissa Troutt: Outdoors Summer 2015

Shooting outside is always a bit of a chance with the weather. I spend enough time outdoors in the woods photographing, hiking, and backpacking that I’m usually pretty good about reading the weather. Sometimes though you know you might get wet, and you just take the chance. This is a case of the latter, and one that was worth it.

Melissa Troutt and I set out to this remote waterfall on a cool summer morning between storms. It wasn’t a short or easy hike to get there, but we made it and started working. It had been a long hike up there, but I figured we had a good hour before we’d get rained on, enough time to work and not get too wet on the way out. I missed that time estimate by about fifty-five minutes. Fortunately my gear could handle light rain and we were able to work for a while before the harder rainfall set in bringing an end to the outdoor part of our day. A short time there, but I think you’ll agree we made the most of it.

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Keira Grant: Spring 2015

May might be my favorite month for outdoor work. It’s the perfect mix of the rain of spring where everything has usually burst out to peak green. The temperatures are warm, but not the muggy, oppressive heat that comes by July. Not that you don’t get the occasional cool snap or unexpected storm, but overall I think May comes the closest to being perfect for outdoor work.

These images with Keira Grant come from some outdoor work we did Memorial Day weekend in a very isolated spot in North Carolina. Shooting at a new location without scouting can be a risk, but in this case it paid off with some wonderful images of Keira on the rocks and in the stream.

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Where I’ve Been

I generally don’t like posts apologizing for not posting, but here is one. I do really appreciate everyone who is a member of my site, and I do want to provide an explanation why there’s not been much posted here lately. In mid June my father started seeing some health issues that got serious for much of July. While things have improved, much of my time the last month has been spent dealing with those issues and helping get him on the road to recovery.

As a result I’ve had limited time at home and little ability to predict my schedule. The result has been limited time to edit and few new shoots. While things are not settled, they are settling so I’m hoping both will improve. There should be a new gallery up later this week, and hopefully back to a more normal schedule from here.

Thanks for understanding, and I appreciate the support.