Cleo photographed by Cameron Davis
Portraits of A Ballet Dancer photographed in New York City by Cameron Davis
Hey guys, so I decided to create an inspiration IG 7minutestomidnight
Here you can see all the photos I like and to help with any confusion between my work and all the other great artist out there who inspire me everyday to take photographs. So please make sure you go give it a follow at
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desertedyacht asked: How did you get into this industry of photographing women
Not really sure, it just started organically through me photographing some friends.
theetempest asked: I am completely baffled by your work, especially by your mastery of natural light. I do have One question and that os how do you get a hold of your models? Do you go through agencies and pay them or are they just looking to add to their portfolio?
It comes in a bunch of different ways, through agencies, through referrals, social media, email, people randomly finding me here. There is no one answer.
not-human-on-earth asked: I really love your work dude. Im from México.. and.. please.. please.. give me some tips.. how can i get some models for nudes? Im starting. Saludos!
I don’t know man, you can just ask your friends. Explain to them your vision and hope for the best
rahimlaban asked: Good work! I enjoyed your photos. :)
Thanks man! glad you like the work!
arijun asked: love your photos! do you ever need a model in the sf bay area? i have some photos on my tumblr if you'd be interested :)
I’ll keep you in mind if I’m ever in SF
lovetillyoubleed asked: I absolutely fell in love with your photography! Do you remember your first photoshoot?
Yes I do, the my first shoot was actually me photographing another photographer. i’m so thankful for this because she understood my mind, we didn’t have to communicate she know everything I was thinking which made the whole process smooth and easy
robtimko asked: Why the decision to move away from a regular portfolio website? I just recieved a critique that my regular website and my Tumblr were so different (my website was more 'safe'), that I should just use my Tumblr as my port. I'm curious what your thoughts are on this!
I agree, I didn’t move away from my website. I took it down temporarily till I can figure out exactly what I want to do with it as far as look-wise is concern. Your website should be work that your really proud and reflect the types of clients/jobs that you want. The great thing about a blog is that it gives you more freedom to post your work that you still really like but not necessarily 100% in line with your website.
arijun asked: do you ever need a model in the sf bay area? i love your photos! i have some pictures of myself on my tumblr if you'd be interested! :)
I’ll keep you in mind if If I’m ever out that way