We began this set shooting in a room lit with superb natural light. We asked Susy to lift her top and show us her breasts. Because it's porn you can ask a beautiful young women you've just met to do things like that and she doesn't slap you, and she does what you ask. And when she did, we exclaimed, like the Big Bad Wolf, "My! What fantastic breasts you have, my dear." "Yes, I know", she said. And she laughed. And we laughed too, because she really does have wonderful breasts. And she really meant that she knew that she does. And we like that. But, of course, we really wanted to spend time looking at her pussy. And after she had lifted her skirt to let us see, we said, "Let's go to the bedroom." We took the cameras. There the light was much harder and directional, but there was a bed and we had sex. Digital imaging allows photography in conditions that would have been impossible for conventional photography. We use a special profile in our cameras, with all the automated enhacements turned off, to give raw digital files with maximum information but which are initially unsharp, flat, and desaturated. Then, when we process the files to make the screen jpeg files you see, we decide where to pitch the contrast curve, and how to locally preserve shadow detail or bring back blown out highlights. In the bedroom scene we decided to go with the harsh lighting for atmospheric effect. But that is difficult because large areas of shadow can hide the detail we are trying to show, so we manually paint layer masks to locally apply varying tonal ranges. In effect we are creating different lighting for different parts of the image after the event. But, if the image is a concocted scene painted up in computer software, and not an instant exposure, is it real? Do we even see objectively with our own eyes? A stupid question we only ask to illustrate how illusive the search for actuality is. And anyway, this is porn. Does porn reflect reality? Because it's porn, we can have sex just like that. With someone as beautiful as Susy, who we've only just met. With no irksome courtship or negotiation. Those who disapprove of porn, or (let's be generous) express concern about its possible effects, say that porn does not portray sex realistically. What do they mean? It's just sex. Sex with the lights on. Sex without all the complications of circumstance, and the unspoken agendas of human relationships. This picture sequence is as close as we can get to showing the actuality of sex with Susy.
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