Cherry 2-2 preview

Cherry 2-2 preview

20/11/2018

The point of pornography, and indeed allmost all photo image making, is to invite the viewer to imagine that they were there.  Or rather that they are there.  In the picture.  In the present.  There is no past tense in photography.  In the case of camera imagery this doesn't require much effort.  The viewer sees what the camera saw.  And though, in truth, a camera sees nothing, and merely blindly records what is before it, the conceit of the photograph is that this is what the camera operator saw.  The viewer vicariously sees as the photographer does, in a never ending present of a frozen instant in time. From the invention of photography it quickly became the pornographer's medium of choice.  But, probably in part due to the technical complexity and limitations of chemical photography (photography using light sensitive film and plates), early photo pornography was made in the third person.  From the viewpoint of an unseen spectator observing the scene.  The viewer is cast as the voyeur photographer.  But the line between participating vicariously and participating actively is very fine.  Just making the erotic image is itself a sex act.  And it escaped no one that the privaleged position of the photographer with intimate access to his model offered great opportunities to get more closely aquainted with her.The advent of digital photography created a medium which was no longer the preserve of the photographer as a technician/craftsman.   High resolution digital imaging was possible with minature cameras that could be operated held in one hand, required no special lighting and that automatically set and focussed themselves.  This made possible the age of the 'selfie'.  Pornographers immediately saw the possibility of casting the viewer as not merely the voyeur but as the photographer seducer.Cherry spreads her visibly wet vagina for the old lecherous photographer.  He moves close and, unable to control himself, pulls out his already erect cock.  Cherry grasps it and pulls her face close ...


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