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Friday, November 12, 2021
Jerry Debry seems to be contemplating his sword in this Bruce of LA image.
No tan lines to speak of, but a terrific male body! Do you think this is all-natural light? His body seems to be brighter than the natural light would be.ReplyDelete
I see what you mean, but have no way of knowing.Delete
BD, probably. In fashion photography there is ALWAYS supplemental light to show off the clothing to its best advantage. You will find, in the last 40 years, a lack of any shadow in most fashion advertising. Most of these physique photographers were also fashion photographers who had to know how to light a set. Dark mood lighting, while great for nude modeling, is rarely used in fashion.Delete
Thank you, Greggy. I am a relative newcomer to male photography, so I like it when someone explains things like lighting and posing.Delete
I've been contemplating his sword too, although not necessarily the one in his hand. Mr. Debry is a new name to me but he was a handsome guy with a truly impressive physique. Another keeper!ReplyDelete
Yes, this one is a "keeper." I'll be looking for more of his photos.Delete
Magnificent. And so inspiring.ReplyDelete
Yes, you might be able to do something with that concept, David.Delete
Thank you. Just bought myself a sword. Well it's wooden, but a good stand in.Delete
Photo taken in 1954/55.ReplyDelete
Jerry DeBry another one of Bruce Bellas blond Adonis's, the others being
David Zurborg and Robert Kendall.
Mr. Bellas certainly had an eye for the male form.
-Rj in the IE
Yes, he knew how to pick 'em.Delete
RIP Gerald L Debry born LA,CA 1935 - died SLC,UT 2006ReplyDelete
Born in LA, raised in Magna, UT - played track ad football in high school
Elder in LDS church. 22 year veteran of SLC county deputy sheriff.