for immediate release - January 1, 2011
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Water Photographic Nude
ATLANTA -- A black-and-white photographic pictorial of nude female life model Maria Whitaker skinny dipping in a Georgia mountain stream - Water - begins virtual exhibition today. Water consists of eleven black-and-white photographic artworks created on en plein-air by professional photographer Allio.
"This was one of the most sensual photo sessions I have ever done," timeless model Maria declared. "The cool rushing waters, the beautiful landscape, and the roar of the waterfall made this shoot almost orgasmic."
In addition to posing nude, the 40-plus year-old enhanced figure model selected all of the individual titles and provided several quotations to accompany the artworks. Water is her second feature appearance in an Allio fine art pictorial exhibition.
"It seems that everybody loves the idea and even fantasizes about posing nude in a waterfall setting. It is one of the most popular requests that I receive for portfolio images, as well as private commissions. However, working around moving water is one of the most challenging tasks for a model to successfully accomplish, not just based on the environment but also because of specific technical photographic issues," Allio explained. "Water is a driving force with unique character, challenges, and intensity. It is very easy to underestimate the force of falling water as well as the penetrating chill. Until someone intimately experiences it, they cannot fully appreciate the extraordinary depths of Maria's commitment, skills, and talents as required to present this au naturel pictorial."
Maria is represented by Exceptional Faces, a full-service marketing agency for some of the most beautiful and talented actresses and models in the world. Based in Atlanta, Exceptional Faces specializes in pairing clients with appropriate model and assisting gifted models in finding interesting and exciting projects, based on their personal preferences.
The Water exhibition may be viewed as an online virtual gallery at: