By Regis Duvignau
Montalivet: It’s a long beach of fine white sand, pine forest, traditional markets and naturists.
WARNING: SOME IMAGES CONTAIN NUDITY
San Francisco, California
By Beck Diefenbach
Photographing the nude body in America presents many challenges. So when Reuters editor Mike Fiala asked me to shoot the latest chapter in the public nudity ban in San Francisco, I knew I would have a lot of factors to consider.
By Gleb Garanich
I have been shooting Femen protests for five years and the girls have become a real Ukrainian brand now, like Chernobyl, the Klitschko brothers, footballer Andriy Shevchenko and Chicken Kiev. Colleagues in the office were always jealous when we left to cover the protests and many of my acquaintances from abroad were willing to go and watch them. Before taking pictures of the girls' regular lives outside the protests, I asked myself: what do I know about them? I only knew their names. The public has two ideas of them, "funny girls" or "damn prostitutes, I wonder who's paying them". I personally do not care if their actions are moral or immoral, wrong or right. They do not kill or steal or promise to make voters' lives better. Shooting their protests is much more interesting than, say, covering a briefing by the prime minister. These girls at least appear honest. Who pays for that is a question for the Financial Times, not me.
By Mark Blinch
When you’re a photographer, every day brings the unexpected.
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Case in point: My assignment at the Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park.
Imagine a campground where people perform everyday tasks but without a stitch of clothing on.
If you're like most guys, hearing about the global financial meltdown makes you think about naked chicks. Then again, if you're like most guys, hearing about tapioca pudding make you think about pretty much the same thing.