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When it comes to photographer Trevor Christensen's latest project, he's giving new meaning to the idea of shooting at proper exposure.
A photojournalist with a deep interest in the subjects' experience during a shoot, this former award-winning Spectrum photographer has recently made a name for himself both nationally and internationally after his nude photography project went viral.
While having subjects pose naked in front of a camera is certainly nothing new, Christensen's idea to have his subjects fully clothed while he, the photographer, is naked.
 he was quick to point out that he still wears clothes everywhere except during the actual nude portrait shoots — sessions that typically take place in a studio or the person's home.
Even though the idea was said in jest, it actually represented the possibility of creating a greater balance of power between the photographer and the subject, a relationship Christensen has always been intrigued by.
Before long, Crandell said he almost forgot Christensen was naked.
 he looked down.
 Christensen has had around 10 nude sessions, some with people he knew beforehand, others he booked with strangers.
Madelyne Buonforte, a long-time friend of Christensen, and the subject of one of his nude portrait shoots, said she has always loved and supported all of his work.
Buonforte said she wasn't particularly nervous for the shoot, after all she's known Christensen since elementary school.
 the project is more about how the lack of clothes changes the dynamic between the two people, as well as providing some raw emotion on people's faces that Christensen is more than happy to capture with his lens.
The office of U. S. Attorney Peter Neronha says the investigation revealed that the stores' owners or employees allowed recipients of SNAP benefits to use their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards and exchange their SNAP benefits for cash.