Photography is the art, science & practice of creating durable images by recording light. Typically, a lens is used to focus the light reflected or emitted from objects into a real image on the light-sensitive surface inside a camera during a timed exposure.
Frank De Mulder started his career as a cameraman and director of photography in several short movies and commercials. At the age of 29 he decided photography was his real passion. Since then he worked his way up to photographer working for large advertising campaigns and well known magazines, including Playboy, FHM, and GQ.
For the photographer Frank De Mulder, the focus is always on the model:
his personality, his character. The viewer should have the impression of getting to know the woman, to learn more about her.
The Belgian Frank de Mulder is one of the best-known representatives of upscale erotic photography. His nude portraits are in the tradition of Helmut Newton:
aesthetic, stylish images, mostly in black and white, which are not primarily about serving the observer’s voyeurism. Rather, de Mulder creates a special atmosphere in each image, lending the scenes a crackling tension. He expresses his concept as follows:
“An erotic image should tell a story, the viewer has to believe what he sees in the picture, and if I achieve that, I will succeed.”