Goliath Books is a publisher of art and photography books. Founded in 1997, and specializing in publishing daring photography and art books.
Ethan Angus started doing photography in 2006 and in 2008 he started his own web project petites-parisiennes.com. He also works as a fashion photographer and portraitist and has been shooting for various magazines and websites.
Goliath’s release “Hot & Pervy Paris Girls” by photographer Ethan Angus is a beautiful small hardcover book. The book is edited by Mike Bunge and is over 200 pages. The dimensions of the book are 5.80 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d).
This book features over 200 images by Paris-based photographer Ethan Angus. After the contents page, there is a short introduction entitled “Oh là là” which is presented in several languages (English, French, Dutch, Spanish, and Italian).
The book is focused on beautiful french girls dressed in erotic lingerie with several fully nude photo sets throughout the book. The settings range from elegant house interiors, apartment, and hotel rooms. There are several outdoor photo sets. Clothing-wise: the models wear various hosiery, heels, panties, and bras. Models are covered in water in several bathroom/shower-based photo sets. Besides utilizing strobes, Angus works with window light and colored gels. The lighting is professional and well done.
The models pose on beds, leather couches, vintage chairs, steel chairs, and various carpets. Instead of working with props, Angus directs his models to use their hands by stretching out their lingerie, caressing their breasts, and putting their hands in front of their crotch area.
My favorite photo sets are located on pages 38-41 and 92-95. Page 94 features the full image that is used for the cover. It is a beautiful horizontal image featuring the model in fully fashioned stockings and bra, shot against an intricate wallpaper with an oil painting set against the wall. ~ Danny Stygion
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