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After my initial interviews, I had the chance to model in my very own boudoir shoot.
In many areas, I crave consistency. I like when the subway comes on time and how my hair will be reliably perfect on the third day since my last wash. Sometimes the lighting is dim or the camera lens on my phone is dirty. Other times, I can't convince my face and body to do something sexy at the same time. The result is always a weirdly cropped, uncomfortable-looking photo that I'd rather delete than send to anyone else. And that sort of defeats the purpose of a nude selfie—at least, the ones I'm taking. Instead of continuing to suffer from my chronic inability to take a hot nude, I turned to the experts: three New York City-area boudoir photographers who set, light, and shoot sexy photos as their actual jobs. Then I did an IRL boudoir shoot with one of them. Their first lesson: Mood matters, as much as any pose or facial expression. This shocked me.
A Twitter user cause widespread hysteria this week, when she uncovered what she believed to be a "secret nudes" folder on her iPhone. After casually typing the word "brassiere" into the search bar of her Photos app, she discovered a trove of pictures of herself posing in her underwear. One of her followers repeated the search, and similarly found "a couple selfies and some nudes and a few pics of me having sex". Both Twitter posts have since gone viral, leading many iPhone users to question why Apple appears to be secretly squirrelling away their dirty snaps. Apple added image recognition software to its Photos app in , in an attempt to make it easier for users to find pictures of specific people, places or things in their photo library. If you type "cat" or "sunset" or "bride" into the search bar, it will bring up any photo from your library that it thinks might contain that object. So it is really no surprise that typing "brassiere" into the search bar brings up pictures of people women in their underwear - if you have such pictures in your photo library, that is. Rest assured though, no one but you can see the pictures in your photo library - not even Apple technicians - unless you choose to share them.