16 Years

Today –August 19, 2011 – is the 16th anniversary of my becoming an art nude photographer.  It was 16 years ago today, at a workshop in Woodstock, New York, that I photographed my first art nudes.
Last year, at this time, I made a posting on my old blog at Blogspot highlighting some of the work I had done over the years, with one photo from each calendar year.  I did that because the 15th anniversary is something of a milestone (as are the 10th, 20th, 25th, etc.).  This year, I’ve decided to do the same thing as this is my first year on the blog here at Wordpress.  (What will I do next year???  Only time will tell.)
So, for your enjoyment, I now present an overview of my photographic work with the nude  figure, with one photo made in each year from 1995 right up to 2011.
If you’d like to see last year’s post, with a different set of photos and an explanation of how I got started with art nudes, please click here.
Once again, enjoy!

Untitled Nude, 1995

Untitled Nude, 1996

New Mexico Nude, 1997

Nude, Tuscany, 1998

Untitled Nude, 1999

Nude, Big Sur, 2000

Nude, Provence, 2001

Untitled Nude, 2002

Nude, Maine, 2003

Nude, Nevada, 2004

Nude, Arizona, 2005

Untitled Nude, 2006

Nude, Ohio, 2007

Nude, Joshua Tree, 2008

Nude, Oregon, 2009

Nude, Nevada, 2010

Untitled Nude, 2011

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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6 Responses to 16 Years

  1. Marc Drew says:

    What a fantastic collection. Thank you for sharing your work with us Dave, I have been a fan of yours for a few years now. As I have mentioned in the past, you have that terrific talent of capturing the most personal looks from your subjects like no other out there can.
    Here’s to another 16 years.
    Congratulations and regards

  2. Congratulations, Dave! I’m glad you started this. Your work has been consistently beautiful.

  3. dan howitt says:

    Wonderful work, best Dan Howitt.

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