The Big Debate About My Areolas
I am only addressing this because I truly don’t want people to believe this is fake or I (for whatever crazy reason) used a different body for the second image. This image is a bunch of outtakes that I took this morning for you to see how different the body can look.
The issue that seems to keep coming up is disbelief because of the size of my areolas in the second photo. Here’s the deal: You know how if you put your face right up to a camera lens and shoot from below looking up at you, it makes your nose look really big? The same is true of areolas. In the picture where I’m laying on my back, my nipples are not facing the camera and my breasts are laying flat against my body. I’m also much further away from the camera. When I’m facing the camera, my breasts are sagging down and the skin is being stretched and the camera is right in front of me, capturing them from below.
There is no reason in the world why I would use a different woman for the second photo, and if anyone took the time to look at my blog or read anything I’ve written they would probably know that. But I do understand that it’s a legitimate question. It comes down to a completely different angle, a much different body position with different camera placement and my body being further and closer from the lens.
I hope this helps take some of the skepticism out of peoples minds.
(The post I’m talking about can be found right here)

The Big Debate About My Areolas

I am only addressing this because I truly don’t want people to believe this is fake or I (for whatever crazy reason) used a different body for the second image. This image is a bunch of outtakes that I took this morning for you to see how different the body can look.

The issue that seems to keep coming up is disbelief because of the size of my areolas in the second photo. Here’s the deal: You know how if you put your face right up to a camera lens and shoot from below looking up at you, it makes your nose look really big? The same is true of areolas. In the picture where I’m laying on my back, my nipples are not facing the camera and my breasts are laying flat against my body. I’m also much further away from the camera. When I’m facing the camera, my breasts are sagging down and the skin is being stretched and the camera is right in front of me, capturing them from below.

There is no reason in the world why I would use a different woman for the second photo, and if anyone took the time to look at my blog or read anything I’ve written they would probably know that. But I do understand that it’s a legitimate question. It comes down to a completely different angle, a much different body position with different camera placement and my body being further and closer from the lens.

I hope this helps take some of the skepticism out of peoples minds.

(The post I’m talking about can be found right here)

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