Victoria Morgan Sacco

Model Female Fountain Hills, Arizona, US My MM URL:
Mayhem # 3040525

About Me

I want to portray natural body language i want pictures to seem very real so they look unplanned like snapshots. I want to look at a camera and not see it.
The most attractive pictures are ones that don't look like any shoot took place. The photos that make you feel like you witnessed an event or are so real that you almost remember the moment. I want a photo that translates to others as a memory, and when the image is stored in the psych and is reflected I want the brain of the viewer to have a hard time differentiating the image from a true glimpse .

My deciding factors for shoots below.

Reservations against to much "theme"...
When I turn down shoots its usually not the concept that i am not into, I feel some photographers get an idea then see a models overall appearance and quickly think shes pretty that was easy.
I have black hair, so you want me to dress goth. Im not saying I don't get it I understand categorizing models bye overall appearance but i feel it needs to be MORE criticle.

I am portugese, Choctaw, Sicilian, and Scottish. I can pass for numerous ethnicities none of which are nordic. The best goths are pale with soft jaw lines.

Or I have tattoos, let me guess pin up? Never have I seen a woman from the 40s look quite as native as me.
And very very few had tattoos.
So it becomes not pin up but psychobilly.

A Theme within a Theme? Inception?

So if you have a very standard way of shooting. If you make every model look like the same person or look to be in the same shoot or all from the same day, I will ask you to mix it up.

I dont want my photos to emanate that I am not exactly what you see. I want to be believable. I think that when a model loses self in her reflection, she then looks like another last minute prop, not quite the fit so she looks budgeted, then cheap, fake and unnatural sleazy. Photography is compromised when There's sex apeal but no natural beauty no art or inspiration just some concept from the 80s that stuck.

It must be takin into concideration that things that have been done over and over become tacky.

I feel types of clothes and props/ backdrops/ etc need to somewhat fit the models appearance features and origin.
I am deathly terrified of looking cheap, out of place, uncomfortable or staged.

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