Head to Toe – Shiny Latex by SimonO
Enclosed are some photos of Lucifera when she was fully encased in shiny latex by SimonO. Photos by Benzo Photograpny from Iceland.
Until now the full set of these photos have not been released… although you may have seen the odd one…
what were your first thoughts when you saw latex? especially the extreme latex with the hoods, gas masks and other strange things? I admit I was little taken back, didn’t know what to think, was even a bit freaked out. I recall buying my first latex dress, it terrified me, I was so scared it would split or tear, that I would put a nail through it. could something glued together really contain my womanly curves? I bought the dress, and wore it tons…. my first latex dress was black with purple trim from Inner Sanctum. I eventually sold the dress, regrettably. I have since sought out other amazing latex outfits to slip into and naturally made my way into catsuits and eventually gave the fully encased style a try.
I stumbled upon Benzo Photography on Fetlife, I saw some latex photos he did where the model was tearing off the latex, it was all ripped. I was shocked of the use of the latex, who does this??? but the photos were outstanding. I sent him an email and said I loved those photos, if he was ever in London or I went to Iceland it would be great to shoot.
Benzo and I started chatting quite regularly at this point and discussing ideas we would like to try. At this point I had shot some latex catsuits but no hoods, however I did want some to complete a few outfits and try doing a few fully encased latex shoots.
One day I got an email from Benzo saying he would be in the UK and could we arrange a few shoots, well he didn’t need to ask me twice and by this time I had obtained 2 hoods, I was very excited.
I have shot a lot of latex in studio, usually a plain white background, I admit it makes the latex the main focus but I was getting bored, I wanted to try latex on location, and try shooting it with a nice shallow depth of field. I don’t think at this time I was seeing many people shoot latex with a shallow depth of field, but the few examples I had seen looked amazing!!!
Benzo assured me we could do some great latex photography with a nice shallow depth of field where the latex would really pop.
On this shoot I wore Metallic Leopard Print Catsuit with matching hood, Black Latex underbust corset by Bondinage, Latex Leopard print clasp belt by Atsuko Kudo and to finish the look, black latex gloves by Westward Bound.
This was my first shoot wearing latex hoods and I admit it took some getting used to. I did however love stepping out and knowing I had a secret identity, I could be daring and no one would know it was me, well I am shy, and mischievous you know.
So we made our way to the location, a beautiful public garden at the foot of Beachy Head, where they have a beautiful little garden with a stone built gazebo for small theatre productions. Sadly this beautiful spot has been ruined by teenagers who smashed some of the stone features, covered bits of it in graffiti and the back part of the venue stunk of piss ( we avoided that part )
We did some nice shots in the garden, Benzo showed me some of the photos he had taken and I was thrilled how good the SDOF was making the latex stand out even better, plus the lush greens of the location really complimented my lovely bronze leopard print latex.
We also made good use of the gazebo, posing on the steps, climbing up on the walls and even through some of the wall feature ( that was Benzo’s idea )
I admit I loved so many photos from this photo shoot, I could have chosen and used tons of the photos. I think Benzo Photography picked the best of the best though.
I have now shot in this latex catsuit twice, and its now up for grabs, if you would like to make me an sensible offer, drop me an email.
Please find links to the photo and latex suppliers below and Enjoy.