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Dieter (Canada)

....Chris Teel most definitely has to be congratulated to an superb photo-shoot...!!! Brandon & Samuel are absolutely stunning and lucky to have found each other and show us how much they are in love with each absolute joy to watch and see.....!!!

Andre DeLoach

Outstanding work!!

Rodney Braude

Great subject matter, great shots, and beautiful guys!!
MORE PLEASE...........

martin bubla

don't know what faceook is fuzzing about if you like that word and i don't , they're very tasteful


Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah! Really well done shoot, terrific lighting, love both the color and the B&W! You can truly see the romantic connection and love these two men share.

Okay BeautifulMag, it's time for some reflection on your part here, IMO... It's time for a format upgrade - wider screen, larger photos - but most of all, I think it's time to get rid of the white text on black. It strains my eyes, a quick online inquiry will point out that approximately 50% of the population is astigmatic (I've got it in both eyes) - it creates "phantom lines" on the black, it dissuades me from spending much time on your site, and it's really not sexy or unique anymore. Have you tried/experimented with a different format that steps away from this tried format and presents your good work in a new, fresh, and easier-on-the-eyes way in a more traditional dark text on a lighter background? I wonder how your other readers feel about this?... Something to think about...

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