Kym Harper Photo Galleries

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In Victorian art, the nude was perhaps the most controversial subject while at the same time it was one of the most prevalent.

Today, the subject seems much less controversial, is generally accepted and many paintings or photographs of the nude human form are regarded as either artistic or simply something beautiful to be admired.

Still there are those who because of their religion, age or own moral standards are offended by such images and I respect their views and hope that they can respect mine and the views of others who find nude images of a non-pornographic nature not only acceptable but beautiful.

If you are offended by the nude human form, you should be warned that my gallery does from time to time contain such images and it would therefore be better for you to simply view the rest of my web site.


Regardless of opinions, I do reserve the right to display any image I see fit in my gallery whether the subject or subjects are fully dressed, partially or completely nude and whether they are portrayed in a seductive, glamourous or artistic manner.

Many clients request some nude or semi-nude photography as part of their photoshoots and have the right to view samples of my work before booking a photoshoot and this is the main purpose of this gallery.


To enter the galleries please agree to the following.

I am over 18 years of age.
I am not offended by nudity.
I understand that some images in the galleries may contain nudity.

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If you are offended by nudity or are under the age of 18, please do not enter our photo gallery


The gallery images will change every 4 or five seconds but you can click on any of the side images to skip to that image.

Clicking on the main image will freeze the slide show until you click again on any of the side images.

During the slide show, you can also 'flick through' the images a little more quickly by using the Left, Right, Up or Down Arrow Keys on your keyboard.

The Home Key will move to the first image and the End Key will move to the last image in a set. You can also skip through in groups of five by using the Page Up and Page Down Keys.

I cannot display all of the work I would like to show here as I do not usually ask permission from my clients to show their shots.