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As folks could easily see, I was away for a while - mostly traveling and vacation/holiday with the family (including a 3 week cross-country drive from Boston to LA and back!).   Slowly getting through the backlog of emails, messages, etc.  But I recently had two good shoots in July - one with Star, Sarah Michelle and Nina Strickheart, doing vampire and vore scenes; and just this past weekend with Pandora, Skyler Grey and Dinah Deville, doing strangulation, giant web/cocooned and vore scenes.  Lots of fun doing those - and I have some good photos, which I'll be sharing with you soon.

Quicksand season has been delayed due to cool weather at first, and then my travels.  But, it appears I'll be doing my first QS/deep mud shoots the weekend of August 9th/10th, weather permitting.  Fingers crossed for good weather those days.

I appreciate the comments, notes and other feedback folks have been leaving.  I also appreciate all the adds to your "favorites" folders - nice to know so many appreciate this type of material. 

Mike

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I specialize in doing "damsels in distress" and horror-based themes.
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hal09i Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014
Hi Mike--  do you take custom commissions?

THanks,

Hal
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didvp Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Professional Photographer
Yes, I do custom requests.  Email to didvpcustom at gmail.com (obviously replace the "at" with the @ symbol - just trying to cut down on spam!).

Mike
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sherlockdad Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Feeding Time #1 looks cool, but I hope you will do a bare legged one & have your model devoured head first! The oiling up process looks fun! Like she is caressing her before allowing her to be eaten!
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didvp Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Professional Photographer
I will shortly have photos up here on the "Feeding Time" series - all have been "feet first" so far, but I have a shoot coming up later in August that will be head first.   My main focus has been to have the models act more frightened - even screaming, as they are being eaten by the carnivorous monster!  Definitely taking my vore work in a more dramatic way.
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sherlockdad Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014
Awesome!
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cosPharaoh Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch, new updates coming soon
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sherlockdad Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
I like your notion of focusing on the emotion of horror! That is so overlooked & so much a part of what happens IMO! In photography, it is essential because you can tell the whole story in just a few expressions! For videos tho, I think the most overlooked aspect is dialog! So many amateur film makers neglect this & think it is not important, but it is! For example; a vore video where the victim states; "OMG, it's trying to eat me! Please don't eat me! Help! I'm being eaten by a monster!" May seem obvious, but it is acknowledging that the victim realizes what is happening to her, thus adding even more to the terror of the situation! It is refreshing to see someone who... "Gets IT!"
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didvp Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Professional Photographer
Your feedback and thoughts are much appreciated.  As noted, I am to capture a wide range of emotion, with this portfolio focused on the darker, horror-tinged feelings.  Video, unlike photography, can be trickier - with photography, I am not doing it at all for money, just a creative outlet for me.  With video, there is some creativity (e.g. using more dramatic lighting in my recent work as one example; different camera angles as another), but also consideration of the buying audience: their likes, interests, etc.  Dialog, as you note, is certainly important for most themes - but there are and have been exceptions.  Never a dull moment in this endeavor/creative realm.  Thanks again for taking the time to comment.

Mike
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sherlockdad Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
Oh I know! Just thought you might like some back up on how difficult what you do is & how important some other aspects, besides T&A, are!
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LadyThylia-beaumont Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014
Thank you for the faves. Be well!
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