Sometimes, glamour photography can make even nude photos seem somehow overdone. Playboy and other glamour nude providers are famous for this. Through makeup and hair, jewellry and backdrop, provocative poses and facial expressions calculated to convey a kind of angry sexuality, many nude models seem anything but. The viewer certainly isn't seeing the real woman in the truest sense of the word; she may not be wearing any clothes, but she's far from naked, if naked means comfortable in her own skin, a little vulnerable perhaps, but always endearingly human. We have nothing against the idea of glamour, of instilling values in a photo that adds to the woman's overall beauty. But sometimes it's nice to remember that even the most glamourous women have a softer side, one that can be brought out with a calmer, more thoughtful approach than photographers usually use. We enjoyed slowing down with Rachelle Wilde and allowing her softer side to shine - the more naked, the more beautiful.