I've noticed a trend recently at a few of the agency's...the girls are being photographed in lots of clothing. Exceptions seem to be Eleganza (95% of the shots are nude or close to it) and Asservisante (90% of the shots clearly shows what the girl will look like when she shows up).Originally Posted by MarathonMan
Hey, if I was paying $180 bucks an hour for a girl to sit next to me on top of the de la Montagne's roof by the pool, id be surfing the websites for the girl who looked the best in a bikini. But since I'd rather spend my money knowing what the girl looks like nude (and if not nude, at least topless without holding her hands over her tits).
So the question is this...Its obvious agency's know in what state of dress their girls will be working, so why photograph them in stripper outfits?
You'd think they'd completely the marketing strategy...photo's of the girls in some nice lingerie...then moving onto more revealing shots.
Case in point, the new photo's of Pamela of GOF ...we've got 4 pictures, 3 of which show a hint of a pink bikini top (i've seen girls at the rooftop pool wearing less clothing)...and in the 3rd photo she had time to make an outfit change. So the question is...when it came time to take off the other outfit and put on the other one, why no picture of the pink top alone? Letting the girl get fully covered before taking another picture?
When I was heavily into the Montreal scene, id save all the pictures of the girls for future trips. A quick spin thru the archives i've come to the conclusion that eleganza has stayed consistent with their photo's...showing what guys are interested in seeing. Asservisante has actually improved from several years ago, showing more detail and only blurring the face. And I found photo's from Devilish from a few years back that showed everything...face, fully nude shots, no photoshop whatsoever...most of these if I recall were taken by Chris himself. Now it seems like the devilish and gof girls are wearing more and more clothing. Maybe Chris should take back the duties of photographer.