One of the many advantages of glamour composites is that any background can be placed behind the model. One of my favorite ways to composite is to use a background which would be extremely unlikely, given the appearance of the model.
One such example is an image with a swimsuit, here modelled by Tiffany Felisha, in a scene taken at Gammons Gulch, Arizona. This is a privately-owned 10-acre ranch with old buildings reminiscent of the wild west, and is commonly used as a set for shooting western movies. This was a cold, dark, windy, winter day, with rain threatening. This would be perhaps the last place one would expect to find a swimsuit model, which is why I like it. Both the studio image of Tiffany and the background were photographed with my great friend Benjamin James.
How about a scantily-clad model armed with a gun inside a major Singapore shopping mall? Again, a very unlikely situation, especially when one considers that guns are not allowed in Singapore. Here is such an image with Andrelica:
Here is an image of my friend Charissa cleaning a Honda generator at dusk on Sentosa Island, Singapore:
Finally, here is Andrelica again, this time in a swimsuit, at Fort Point, San Francisco. This was also such a cold, wet, windy day that no model could survive very long dressed like this:
This technique is a lot of fun. When a gorgeous model is combined with an interesting and beautiful background, the image becomes even more fun to look at.