Soft Ass

I was all enthusiast when I saw the Sinful Sunday prompt for June: soft focus. I was going to use a pair of tights, but Master T suggested I buy a soft filter for my camera, and then try that out. Of course I was instantly convinced to buy the filter, but seriously, once I had done the images, I am not sure just how much I am a fan of this kind of photography. Yes, I like the dreamy feel, but some of my photos even looked like they were… well… blurred. I have chosen the one I liked best, and have enhanced the soft focus effect a bit using Lightroom.

An image of my bottom wearing knickers and a soft focus filter over it.
I present to you: my soft ass!

© Rebel’s Notes

June Challenge

29 thoughts on “Soft Ass

  1. I love the angle you have on your bottom and the knickers with wide lace panels, they really enhance the curves of your backside. It looks peachy and invites a gentle touch. The edit & the colour of the lingerie is reminiscent of sepia photographs.

  2. Very soft indeed! I love how romantic and sensual this image of you is, those are some gorgeous knickers! The muted colours and relaxed pose really compliment the subtle soft focus x

  3. I think it is a style of photography that lends itself to certain things/subjects. I gives things a slightly dreamy effect so flowers work or anything in a setting that feels like it might give off the air of romance.

    By the way, I LOVE these knickers

    Molly

  4. Lovely behind… and panties! I am a big fan of soft focus. I use it a lot in my own photos. I like the dreamy feel… and it hides things on and around my body that I don’t care to show. ?

  5. I love your panties, even more because they are gray (I love gray), and mostly because you make them look even better!

  6. I like how the soft focus actually makes the whole picture have a warm glow to it! I like it!
    (But I must admit, for myself, I am not big fan of soft focus either!)

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