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March 17, 2012
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1/250 second
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24 mm
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Date Taken
Mar 6, 2012, 3:12:08 PM
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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(Contains: nudity and sexual themes)

Exhaustionby PolarExtremesStudio

Photography / People & Portraits / Fetish Portraits©2012-2014 PolarExtremesStudio
Mature Content
Photographer: Brett Jackman
Digital Developing: Brett Jackman

Theme Series: "Chains" – “The Suspension of Innocence”…
Comments: The “Innocent Muse” chained contribution
And DAMN aren’t they some long long legs

Model: InnocentMuse

Hair & Make Up: By Model
Location: Abandoned Factory, Sydney NSW Australia

Tools of the trade: Nikon D700, Nikon SB600 Speedlights, handcuffs and a whole lot of chain from the hardware store

Other Images in The Chains Series:

Acorrentado Dawn by PolarExtremesStudio Be Never Unchained by PolarExtremesStudio Debutante by PolarExtremesStudio The Final Throws by PolarExtremesStudio Jubilee by PolarExtremesStudio

Copyright: Polar Impressions Photography

I Am NOT The Model by PolarExtremesStudio

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Legal Disclaimer:
The image featured is a “staged” and “implied” BDSM image only. All restraints are soft are not lockable. At no time were the restraints affixed tight enough to cause pain or injury
At no time was the model unable to move freely. At no time was the model unable to stop the shoot process. At no time was the model unable to leave of her own free will. At no time was the model unable to speak. At no time was the model unable to remove the restraints herself. At no time was the model coerced into doing something against her will
The model depicted in this image is over the age of 18 years and has given permission for the use of the image
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Now this is something. It looks to me more of a concept really than a direct idea. The photography itself is flawless. The location is everything for this shot. The giant space filled with structures simply rotting into the ground around the model, looks marvelous. Her hair hanging down as she sits in a very simple pose. That's important to me because the surrounding is very simple and to have an abstract or provocative pose wouldn't fit here. She relates to the scene overall light skin dark deep hair elegantly coupled with light bricks and deep brown steel. The chains add nothing to the shot for me but only because they are not rusty. The theme I have in mind is the oneness if all things the ancient building bound to the ground and left to decay. While the woman too is a part of each of us bound to the ground in one way or another... left to decay. Great shot! Thanks - SEF
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PeopleCanHear Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012
My only complaint with this one is that the lighting should have been a little dimmer in order to fit the feeling this picture gives off
trinefina Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
great set - great model - great edit ... it needs no more words to tell what im thinking about this pucture
PolarExtremesStudio Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much
marshmallowcookiwolf Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012
Awww I feel pity. >^<
PolarExtremesStudio Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Professional Photographer
really ? thats good i think :heart:
Myndzeye Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012  Professional Photographer
Very strong, emotive image! I really like how her head is down and she looks like she has submitted honestly to her circumstances! I agree with your comments from earlier that this type of shot is VERY different from shooting a "live" BDSM scene- like any other artistic representation- setting up an image to tell a story is far different than a shot of an actual event. To me it is the difference between art and photojournalism.

I'm curious about your legal disclaimer. Is it a requirement to state that based on your location or something you choose to add?
PolarExtremesStudio Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2012  Professional Photographer
thank you very much
its good to see SOME people get the difference between the two things

the disclaimer is a personal arse covering thing
i think sometimes we get complacent about things cause "its the net"
under australian law its a no no if images depict someone restrained and unable to move freely or withdraw consent etc
Myndzeye Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2012  Professional Photographer
I like to think I get the difference! ;) I appreciate when someone's art grabs me and makes me feel something- your work does that!

I am honestly a bit surprised the laws in the US are not more restrictive but then again we have some other laws that seem a bit ridiculous too. Covering one's arse is a good thing! :)
PolarExtremesStudio Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Professional Photographer
it always pays to know the ins and outs of some of the things we post
USA has restrictions on nipple clamping and pinching in images i think, someone once told me
segura2112 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Very powerful. Thank You
In an infinite multiverse all things are possible.
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