Tiny Death Machine
Private Sessions with Tiny Death Machine
If you'd like private images for personal use, please fill out the form below. Thank you for supporting TDM.
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to model for the TDM project.
a private boudoir session for personal use.
a different private session.
I'd like to shoot at my home.
I have another specific location in mind.
I don't have a place to shoot.
If you are interested in a private boudoir session or similar shoot, please attach a couple of images of yourself and/or the wardrobe that you would like to wear for the session. TDM does not provide wardrobe. If you do not have your wardrobe yet, it can be part of the collaborative process and we can address it at a later time. Knowing the model's physique beforehand also helps with the shoot immensely. Locations can be discussed later, but if you have a location you want to use feel free to share an image here.
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A few people have mentioned having trouble submitting via iPhones. If you're having this problem just fill out the form without images and we can connect via email.
Tiny Death Machine is based in southern Louisiana, USA. This is not to say that travel is unavailable, but be aware of the logistics when requesting a private session.
Most people want to shoot ASAP, but due to scheduling it may be a while before arrangements can be made. If you have a time-sensitive shoot in mind, please be sure to note that in the comment section. You may also want to include various details and shoot ideas. Let TDM know what you're looking to create.
Please be vocal about your comfort level with various types of imagery. Imagery produced from private sessions will not be made available online via the blog without notice and permission. If you have questions don't hesitate to ask. TDM will not try to persuade you into any style that makes you uncomfortable, but if you think you may change your mind after the image is created you should be vocal about your concerns. The photographic process is a collaboration made stronger through trust and communication. Be vocal.
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