Getting Back to Normal

Once again, I have to apologize for having been away for so long.  Hopefully, though, I can now get back to posting on a more frequent basis.  I’ve been putting in a lot of overtime hours at work, but that finally ended last week.  I worked over 72 overtime hours in a little under three weeks – or, to put it differently, I did five weeks worth of work in three weeks.
As I said, I am now back to my normal schedule so I can return to spending more time on my photography again.
Today’s post, however, will again be a short one, as I’ve still got quite a number of other things to take care of here at home.
The photo at the top is one that I made last summer with Kelsey Dylan at a location north of New York City.  It’s a little odd that in the many years since I began photographing nudes in 1995, I have gone out with models to many locations, but those locations have always been in places like New Mexico, California, Nevada or Maine.  This shoot with Kelsey was the very first time that I’ve gone out on my own to a location with a model from my home in New York.
I guess I’ll have to do it more often.

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 Getting Back to Normal

  1. Bill Ballard says:

    Beautiful image Dave. I understand how this can be.

  2. sketches says:

    Sir, your work is really nice……….

  3. Ad@m says:

    The tonal quality in this image is really rich and captivating. Lovely work!

  4. Dave Rudin says:

    Thank you very much, Ad@m.

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