These ladies performed for the camera in a way that's extremely personal
There have been some people throughout history who have asserted that females don’t have orgasms. I think that those people were just unable to get their lady partners to a state of pure pleasure. We know now (because science) that women do. In fact they can have orgasms that are probably just as intense as male orgasms. And they can even feel it in different areas. Every body is different, and women may feel orgasms deep inside only or outside only. Some can do both, and some ladies do have a difficult time getting off at all. One artist decided to explore this fascinating way that women experience climax through the lens. And it’s pretty hot.
A New Venture
Photographer Albert Pocej didn’t always want to be behind a camera capturing his world in beautiful black and white photos. He was actually in IT at a prestigious firm until he was 30 years old when he decided to let that career path go and become and full-time photographer. His minimal, yet expressive work became famous all over Europe on billboards and magazines. He’s worked with world-renowned models and has even shot actress Lindsay Lohan.
Albert decided to move from his home country of Lithuania to beautiful Monaco where his photographs became a staple of the landscape: you could see his art on billboards all over the small country. His gallery is filled with the photos that became ads, but he wanted to do something else with his talent. He embarked on an adventurous, somewhat scandalous, but perfectly natural campaign to capture women in a very special moment: the moment that they reach orgasm.
Simply entitled “Orgasm,” Albert knew that the ambitious photography project would not be an easy one. The concept was far too personal for even the most open-minded of people. This moment of pleasure is really reserved for the people that you’re sexually intimate with. But Albert wanted to celebrate this feeling. He said, “This series was my personal challenge to capture the moment of women reaching the highest point of physical pleasure. How did I come up with this idea? I dreamed about it. I simply woke up and I knew I just had to do it. So I tried to explore the female orgasm through a photography experiment.”