shungoku-satsu:

Promoting men’s body positivity. We all don’t have chiseled abs.

nymphoninjas:

Dear, well, everyone,

Life is stressful. Always has been, always will be. It wouldn’t be my life if it was a cakewalk. A hobby of mine, to which I desperately need to get back into is yoga. It is that moment in time of peace, unwind and de-stress. I find it more spiritual and calming than any other hobby. This month, it is my goal to go back to hot yoga, because this girl needs some calmness…….

Namaste Ninjas….

MPA

I know Ninja is really into yoga and it’s something I’ve just taken up! I love the way it let’s you really get to know your body and the lengths you can push it too. I completely sympathise with missing the calm, yoga is the only time in the day I really switch off. 

I also love how yoga poses almost turn bodies into sculptures and this image is a perfect example. The camera angle and the angular lines of the floor and the wall work so well with your curves, it’s beautiful! I hope you can get back to it soon.

- Vex

nymphoninjas:

Ninja/Trouble/Owen/Cam/Vex,

     Wow, quite the line up this week! Welcome Vex, I am a big fan of your work. I have taken to shooting in manual mode these days and I was playing with shutter speeds and aperture settings to get a proper silhouette. Obviously, this is far too exposed to be a silhouette, but it is actually my favorite shot of the bunch. I hope that you all enjoy. - wordsmatty

When you “over” exposure images like this it lets the light bleed into and around bodies in a really beautiful way, it’s one of my favourite photography tricks and it helps to make great images, just like this. I think either male legs are a significantly under appreciated body part or maybe I just have a particular preference for them but this image is a good example of why I like them so much. The light from the window highlights your body hair and makes your shape almost glow. It’s a nice contrast with how strong your body and pose is. 

- Vex

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