Lena Enriquez shoots in obscurity – the half-light of strip clubs, that is. The Los Angeles-based design beautician turned-picture taker normally inundates herself in the city’s men of honor’s clubs, bearing an exciting look into working life on the stage. Her shots aren’t lustful or shallow, yet straight to the point contemplations of ladies getting by in a work environment where removing your garments is simply part of the activity. Here, Enriquez clarifies the difficulties of taking photos of post artists and offers the best money related counsel she at any point got from a stripper. 

How could you get into photography? 

I progressed from styling to the camera. I’ve generally had an eye for detail and focused on what different picture takers searched for. At the point when I began shooting, I just yielded to what I knew and found my own procedures en route. 

How could you wind up taking shots at strip clubs? 

A companion called one day and stated, “Would you like to take photographs of strippers?” And I said yes. It was my first task and before long turned into my focal core interest. 

What’s the best thing about capturing in strip clubs? 

I get the opportunity to work with ladies! Ladies, all things considered, hues, and sexual directions. Ladies who stand together to make a dollar. Ladies, who show me how hot I am. Ladies who help me develop. I recall the first occasion when I viewed a young lady walk a man to the ATM. Splendid. 

"I get the opportunity to work with ladies!" (Photo credit: <Lena Enriquez)
“I get the opportunity to work with ladies!” (Photo credit: Lena Enriquez)

What’s the hardest thing about shooting in strip clubs? 

I shoot development in low light. Interesting how now and then the hardest things make the best things. 

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