It’s a little hard to believe that it’s been almost five years since I last did a “weekend update.”
Well, it’s appropriate, I guess, that it’s this weekend, because I just did a new update on my website. It’s been so long, that all the posts here (until this one) were written with the “classic” WordPress editor.
I finally got tired of my website not showing up properly on certain devices anymore, and decided to do something about it. So I rebuilt everything from the ground up, using Kadence Pro blocks and theme.
New Website; New Photos
It’s also totally appropriate that I have new photos to post. My “Most Winningest Model,” Andrea, contacted me a while back, and said she wanted to do another photoshoot. I was thrilled. She had “retired” a while back. It’s been so long since I had a legit nude shoot with anyone that I was actually considering just closing down the studio. Then, out of the blue, she said she wanted to do another shoot.
If you’ve looked at the footer section of this website, you’ve seen the book I did titled Andrea: Most Winningest Model. You can see samples, and buy a copy, by clicking on the link.
The Featured Image for this post is from our most recent photo session. Because the banner blocks you from enjoying the full shot, here it is again:
I’m going to do my best to start adding some of my newer content over the next few weeks. I’m committing myself to at least adding a new post once per week.
I’m also considering adding a newsletter.
If I did, it would allow subscribers to receive an update via email, whenever I make a new post. It might help me to also build a base of followers, and maybe restore a little of the fun of photography for me, on a regular basis.
Models Always Needed!
I hope you enjoy the reboot of the website, and the newish design.
Stay tuned for more!
And, remember, models are always needed. If you, or someone you know, is interested in working with me, either leave a comment, or drop me an email to rick at rickhorowitz.photography.
I have a new book project I’ve been working on for a few years now, and I need about 3–5 models to finish it off. I’ll write more about that book project in my next post, and include some sample images.
For now, let me know what you think of the new design in the comment section!