Dressed in nothing by light

Reinventing the concept of nude portraiture doesn’t necessarily require anything grandiose or complex. For Daniel Bracci, it’s just a matter of a cracked surface, lighting, and a little inventiveness.

This concept of shattered glass, multi-coloured projected lighting, and beautiful poses is enough to make the whole shoot feel like something more than just naked bodies. The models look as if they’re dressed in the colour and light.

Nude by Daniel Bracci

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Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)
Engberts & Oriana by Daniel Bracci Etiqueta (NSFW)

How do you interpret the way the shoot is composed? The cracked floor could be metaphorical under these vulnerable nude forms, or it could be marred adventurously by gunshots in something more akin to a James Bond title sequence. We’ll leave that up to you.

Daniel Bracci did the makeup, styling and production work as well as photographing the shoot. Featuring models Engberts Nicol & Oriana Camposano you can view the full shoot – which was originally published in Etiqueta Magazine – by clicking on the gallery.

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