L’Optimum | Terron Wood by Milan Vukmirovic

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A far departure from Milan Vukmirovic’s recent moody black and white editorials, a sense of humor is employed for a L’Optimum shoot featuring Major Model Terron Wood enjoying a dandy time with a dancer.

Note – Sheer Nudity

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27 Responses to “L’Optimum | Terron Wood by Milan Vukmirovic”

  1. why is there never any male nudity.

    so disappointing.

    ya dig?

  2. why is there never any male nudity.

    so disappointing.

    ya dig?

  3. why is there never any male nudity.

    so disappointing.

    ya dig?

  4. why is there never any male nudity.

    so disappointing.

    ya dig?

  5. fradddreer

    I have to agree with this comment.
    More male nudity puhleez

  6. fradddreer

    I have to agree with this comment.
    More male nudity puhleez

  7. To be fair, there are any number of editorials where the women are dressed and selling the clothes, and the men are nude or mostly nude and are accessories. Chad White, Doug Porter, and others have all done those.Nothing against Terron's body, but he pulls off a suit quite well, and looks really good here.

  8. To be fair, there are any number of editorials where the women are dressed and selling the clothes, and the men are nude or mostly nude and are accessories. Chad White, Doug Porter, and others have all done those.Nothing against Terron's body, but he pulls off a suit quite well, and looks really good here.

  9. To be fair, there are any number of editorials where the women are dressed and selling the clothes, and the men are nude or mostly nude and are accessories. Chad White, Doug Porter, and others have all done those.Nothing against Terron's body, but he pulls off a suit quite well, and looks really good here.

  10. the problem is that, while the men are often nude, they are still modest and do not distract the viewer from the purpose of the editorial. in this case, the male model and the suits are completely neglected. emphasis is placed on the half-naked women. because of that, it does seem to lack class.

  11. the problem is that, while the men are often nude, they are still modest and do not distract the viewer from the purpose of the editorial. in this case, the male model and the suits are completely neglected. emphasis is placed on the half-naked women. because of that, it does seem to lack class.

  12. the problem is that, while the men are often nude, they are still modest and do not distract the viewer from the purpose of the editorial. in this case, the male model and the suits are completely neglected. emphasis is placed on the half-naked women. because of that, it does seem to lack class.

  13. the problem is that, while the men are often nude, they are still modest and do not distract the viewer from the purpose of the editorial. in this case, the male model and the suits are completely neglected. emphasis is placed on the half-naked women. because of that, it does seem to lack class.

  14. True. There's more interaction. Men are usually props in similar editorials, but it depends upon your target audience. The guys buying the suits want to BE Terron, and want the interaction with the female model/dancer, whereas women tend to be comfortable with the idea of men as props (at least in ads.).

  15. True. There's more interaction. Men are usually props in similar editorials, but it depends upon your target audience. The guys buying the suits want to BE Terron, and want the interaction with the female model/dancer, whereas women tend to be comfortable with the idea of men as props (at least in ads.).

  16. True. There's more interaction. Men are usually props in similar editorials, but it depends upon your target audience. The guys buying the suits want to BE Terron, and want the interaction with the female model/dancer, whereas women tend to be comfortable with the idea of men as props (at least in ads.).

  17. What, is that from the last Optimum – the porno-ish issue? (no explicit pictures – but talking about porn industry) If so, I can then understand a bit more M. Vukmirovic's twist in his photos…!

  18. What, is that from the last Optimum – the porno-ish issue? (no explicit pictures – but talking about porn industry) If so, I can then understand a bit more M. Vukmirovic's twist in his photos…!

  19. What, is that from the last Optimum – the porno-ish issue? (no explicit pictures – but talking about porn industry) If so, I can then understand a bit more M. Vukmirovic's twist in his photos…!

  20. What, is that from the last Optimum – the porno-ish issue? (no explicit pictures – but talking about porn industry) If so, I can then understand a bit more M. Vukmirovic's twist in his photos…!

  21. What, is that from the last Optimum – the porno-ish issue? (no explicit pictures – but talking about porn industry) If so, I can then understand a bit more M. Vukmirovic's twist in his photos…!