fuckyeahsebastianmatuck asked: hey, nice pic,where did you get that picture?, (2 girls naked at night. a girl takes a picture to another. girl bathes with a gallon of water). sorry for my bad english
highlyskilled asked: wow, your work is amazing, rates please?
hannahbacalla asked: What kind of program/s do you use for scanning?
Anonymous asked: What film/slide scanner do you use?
Anonymous asked: you've been killing it lately. love your stuff.
Anonymous asked: How do you create look books?
ulstory asked: AMAZING WORK!
joy-of-dirty-mind asked: i love the "caroline" pictures, the color is WOW
emmaleefroehlich asked: Pure genius. Your work never fails to amaze me.
Anonymous asked: What film camera do you recommend? I have a Holga and a canon AE1 that i plan on shooting with.
alasthenymphette asked: Not really a question- Your work is fantastic, sensual and gorgeous. I find your style very inspiring and would love to pay you to take nudes of me someday! Such a fan.
Anonymous asked: What kind of camera are you using for you latest film shots?
normalityisoverated asked: your work is incredible
dkportray asked: awesome photos. cheers
whataguywants asked: Hey Kesler, Superb work. Question, now that you are mostly in film, these photo flares/burns/used look on the pictures are the result of real expired film mostly?
Anonymous asked: The light leaks in your recent photos- are they real or added post? If so, what application are you using to add them?
iamjustinlee asked: Not sure if someone has asked this or not, but do you process your own film? If not, who do you send it out to? Especially the BW films
Anonymous asked: Your work is beautiful. When you shoot outdoors (or indoors using sunlight), do you find yourself using your f43 flash? keep you the amazing work :)
Anonymous asked: Alysha? I don't know why, but I'm surprised to see the two of you together.
s-ucculents-deactivated20130216 asked: new favorite photography blog, your work is amazing.
Anonymous asked: You're work is inspiring! I notice lately, it's mostly outdoors natural light. Is this a trend or do you plan on testing models in studio soon?