The Photography of Ed Johnson

Posted On: May 19, 2010
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Ed Johnson began his career in commercial photography in the late 1970’s after completing his B.A. in Art Education. His clientele includes several Fortune 500 Companies; American Airlines, Pepsi Co., Hyatt Hotels, and La Meridan. His advertising photography has appeared in both Vogue and Cosmopolitan Magazines.

After 15 years in the corporate and commercial fields of photography, he set forth in search of the “erotic holy grail”, thereby earning him the nickname Shooter. In the shadowed world of erotica, his only constants are the love of light, and real women. Women with bodies that speak to you, telling tales of their life experiences.

Ed’s style and format have evolved in an effort to capture these stories on film. Each image changes as it creates a life force of its own. For that one fleeting moment he captures their spirit and sexuality to be enjoyed and viewed for a lifetime.

We really enjoy the way Shooter uses light and shadows to bring out the subtle qualities of his subjects. Click on the thumbnails for larger versions of each image.

Rating 3.00 out of 5