MEMBER FAQs

We are membership based website founded by two geeky women. We feature artistic nudes of the female figure with a geek spin.  We prove that Nerds and Geeks aren’t just smart, they are beautiful, powerful and SEXY!!

Members gain access to the photo galleries, Goddess Blogs, Forum and Chat. Our galleries contain hundreds of sets and thousands of picture of our lovely Goddesses getting their Geek on for your viewing pleasure.
Memberships are only $9.95 a month.
All of our Goddesses are actual nerds and/or geek girls who enjoy dressing up in costumes and then taking those costumes off for your enjoyment. We have dozens of Goddesses all over the USA as well as several Goddesses in other countries . New Goddesses are added frequently.
New sets go live every Saturday!
The number of photos varies by set but are always at least 60 photos or more.The Goddess begins the set in costume and ends it “out of costume”.
When we first launched sets were updated bi-monthly. As we grow we more frequent updates are just one of the benefits we plan to add.
At this time we do not have videos on the site. We always look to find new ways to have fun and may considering adding them in the future when the time is right.
Yes!! Members gain access to the forum and member chat where they can converse with the Goddesses. Ask them questions or just share in their love of geeky things.

There are two ways to purchse prints of our lovely Goddesses. Visit us at a convention appearance and you can buy prints directly from one or more of the Goddesses. If you can’t make it to an event you can visit our store to purchase prints and more.

If you need your password reset you can request an email with instructions be sent to you through the login page. Make sure that you have us set as a safe sender and check your SPAM folder. If you’ve reset your password and are still unable to login please contact us directly so that we can look into any problems your account may be experiencing.

Billing is handled directly through the company CCBill. If you want to make changes to your method of payment you will need to login in to their site with your CCBill account.

Please note, you may have a different username/password for their site than the one you use on MyGeekGoddess.

Visit CCBill Member Billing Support.

We want every member to have fun and want to stay with us for years to come.

If you have decided to cancel due to any problems or concerns you have we’d appreciate hearing from you so that we have a chance to rectify the situation before you bid us farewell.

If you still want to cancel you have two options.

1) Cancel directly through the MyGeekGoddess website. You can access your billing through the top navigation in the Account Menu. After Canceling your membership you should get a confirmation message from CCBill. If you do not receive this email we would recommend that you continue with step two to ensure your billing has been cancelled.

2) Visit CCBill Member Billing Support and cancel directly with them.

Unlike most other websites you’ll find out there GeekGoddess is 100% women owned. We were founded in 2012 by two nerdy women; Oracle and Jessica Nova.

Goddess and Prospective Goddess FAQs

All Geek Goddesses are real geek/nerd girls. They aren’t versed in all geeky matters but goddess has at least one nerdy or geeky area she is passionate about. Examples could include comics, anime, movies, books, science, technology etc. Prospective Goddesses will be asked to fill out a questionnaire and will need to include 3-5 pictures. These do not need to be nudes, but we do need to get an idea of your look and hopefully what costumes you might have available for sets.
Please contact us at admin @ mygeekgoddess.com and we will be happy to send you an application.

We do our best to review applications on a bi-weekly basis.

Please know that there are times of the year when responses could take longer; every application will get a response.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Before you can turn in your first set or get a login to the site you will need to complete your new Goddess paperwork.

We’ll need:

1. A completed and signed copy of your 2257 Compliance Form: the government requires us to keep records proving our Goddesses are all 18 and older.

2. Two forms of ID: One of these ID’s must be a valid picture ID (we prefer a Driver’s License or Passport). You can send us a clear High Resolution photo or a high resolution scanned copy. Full instructions will be sent with acceptance emails.

3. A W-9 Tax Form: We can’t pay you without one on file.

4. Goddess Code of Conduct: This document makes clear the expectations between MyGeekGoddess and the Goddesses.

5. NDA: Goddesses gets early access to confidential information that is not ready for public consumption. This form allows us to share such sensitive information with you.

All of the necessary forms, along with instructions will be included in your acceptance email. Only the 2257 will need to be printed out for completion. The other forms will be sent for digital submission.

Once we have all the completed paperwork on file you will be given a login granting access to the MyGeekGoddess website. Keep in mind, you are not a full Goddess yet, that only happens when your first set goes live.

If we have not received the necessary paperwork within one month your acceptance may be temporarily frozen. After 2 months you will need to re-apply.

Once we have your paperwork you’ll have up to 6 months to turn in your first set.

If you change your mind we won’t stop you. Our Goddesses are welcome to move on at anytime.

IMPORTANT: Once a set has been accepted for launch it can’t be pulled back, even if it hasn’t gone live. This policy is in place out of respect for our Photographers.  They don’t get paid for their hard work until the set launches just like our models. If you decide to leave while you have a set in queue you will still be paid for that set once it launches. We will never withhold payment from you even if you decide to hang up your cape.

If you have any doubts about becoming a Goddess we encourage you to think long and hard about joining. We want all of our Goddessess to have fun and enjoy the experience. Making the choice to take your clothes off online, however, should never be taken lightly.

We are happy to look at your set as soon as we have all your paperwork completed and on file.

We have pre-approved photographers and we would always recommend these photographers first whenever possible. 

We’ve picked these photographers both for the safety of our Goddeses and the quality of the imagery on our site. If we don’t have a photographer in your area please let us know and we’ll see what we can do. We are always on the lookout for new photographers that can be added to the list.

We don’t recommend shooting with a non-approved photographer, but ultimately the decision is up to the you. If you decide to shoot with someone else please know that this could cause your set to be rejected. We just can’t guarantee the quality of a photographer who hasn’t been vetted and we always want our Goddesses to look their best. 

We are happy to look at a photographer’s portfolio and give you an honest opinion before you shoot.

Applications are only viewable by select MyGeekGoddess staff members and will not be shared publicly. Any forms or information you submit will be kept strictly confidential.

IMPORTANT: No staff member or photographer will every ask you for your login information or for you to send nude photos to them via email. If you get an email like this forward it to us and we’ll handle it. We encourage you not to respond for your own protection.

Currently MyGeekGoddess has two full time staff members, the founders, Jessica Nova and Oracle.

Federal law requires that all models and photographers must be over 18 at the time of the photo shoot. There are absolutely no exceptions. Before you can appear on the website we must have proof of your age and identity on file in order to comply with these regulations.

We need TWO of the following IDs. One must be a valid Photo ID that shows your birth date.

  • Government-issued Photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport.
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card (US Citizen’s only)
  • School ID (public state school)
  • National insurance card.
  • Military ID

We prefer to receive your ids as a single scanned document. If you have access to a scanner please scan both IDs as one file by scanning them at the same time. You should use a scan resolution of at least 300ppi and label the file YourName_scanID.jpg

Another option is to take a clear and legible photo of your IDs. If possible please photograph them both together. Label the file YourName_photoID.jpg. Please ensure that both IDs will be legible when printed. If we can’t get a printed copy we may have to request another picture.
The Government also requires that the copy of your IDs be signed by you, to prove they are your IDs. This can be done by making a photocopy and then signing it. You can also sign a piece of paper and place the IDs on top of it when scanning/photographing.

If you are unable to send an electronic copy you can mail a photocopy to an address we will provide.

IMPORTANT: Your ID scan, photo or photocopy must be CLEAR and LEGIBLE. The government is just very particular about that.

MyGeekGoddess would never place your photographs on our website without your permission. And that’s exactly what the model release form does.

If you have any questions about the form please don’t hesitate to ask.

Model Releases are included in the original acceptance email and will be sent out for signature with every accepted set.

All Model Releases can now be digitally signed through your computer or even on your phone.

The Model Release is 2 pages long. Make sure to read both pages.

  • Enter the date and your name at the top of the form.
  • Under Section 1 enter the date your photos were taken as well as the Goddess Name you will be using on the site.
  • Initial at the bottom of each page.
  • Fill out the section at the bottom of page 2 completely.

Yes you do. We need permission each time before your photos will appear on the website.

The Intellectual Property release form is a separate form that grants permission from the photographer so that we can post your images online. If you choose to shoot with a pre-approved photographer then you don’t need to worry about this step, they already know what to do.

If you shoot with someone else you will need to have your photographer contact us before you shoot. We need to have them review the photographer form before they shoot to make sure everything will go smoothly if you set is accepted.

The W9 is a tax form that is required by law so that we can pay you. We can’t accept your set or pay you until we have it.

This form is only required for US Citizens. If you are a citizen of a different country it is not required.

It is important to note that the United States Federal Government does require us to report any models that are paid $600 or more in one calendar year.

If this is the case you will receive a 1099 tax form and need to report the income on your taxes.

This form will be sent with your new Goddess paperwork for digital completion. 

Remember that this form is required by the US Government. Please use your full real name and address. This should be the same location where any payment checks will be mailed.

Photo Sets are a collection of  60 or more photos featuring a Goddess.

Set should start with the Goddess fully clothed and end with them fully nude. It should be taken in one session with the same outfit, theme and setting. A change in location is allowable during the set if it fits the narrative and transitions well.

While we require 60 or more photos for a set we highly recommend that you take many more. This allows your photographer to pick out only the best of the best. If the picture isn’t great then we won’t use it, and if there aren’t enough great photographs we may not be able to accept the set.

*IMPORTANT* You must be 18 years old at the time your set is taken. In other words, if someone took pictures of you before you turn 18 we don’t want them and WON’T use them.

Yes. Images should be reasonably broken down between clothed shots, shots in various stages of undress and fully nude shots. At least 1/3 of the images should be nude. Goddesses need to end up fully nude. Depending on the costume you may leave on items such as shoes, gloves and belts in some or even all of your nude shots. Exposed breasts and tushes are a must. Our photographers will make sure you look GREAT!

Our goal is to be a classy nude site. We do not require overly explicit or pornographic poses. In case this isn’t clear… we don’t require you to spread your legs, we definitely don’t want you touching yourself in that special way, and there is definitely no penetration of any kind. If you really must do that kind of modeling MyGeekGoddess is not the place for you to do it.

First and foremost, have fun, it will show through in your pictures. We also encourage you to be creative, our members love it when a set has an implied story instead of just “this character getting naked”. While we realize that’s not always possible you should put some thought into your location and what you are going to do. If you are shooting with an approved photographer they can often help in this regard.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure that your hair and make-up are camera ready. Our photographers are there to take pretty pictures not to apply your make-up. And you want to have good hair and make-up. If you aren’t experienced with applying makeup for photography a general rule is to apply a more than you think you’ll need. It never shows up quite as dramatic as you thought it would.

In some cases, such as special events, Jessica Nova maybe be available to help with makeup. Not sure what to do for a certain character? Jessica Nova will happily walk you through it as she’s a trained make up artist. You should also feel comfortable asking your fellow Goddesses as we are all here to help each other be the best we can.

We may sound like a broken record at this point but if you shoot with a pre-approved photographer you don’t have to worry about it, they already know what to do. If you decide to go a different route here are some general guidelines.

  • Your photos must be shot using a digital camera, preferably at the highest resolution available.
  • You don’t need to photo shop your pictures before sending them in, in fact we prefer you don’t. We can review and accept a set before editing is complete.
  • Lighting is crucial for a good set. Natural lighting is often easiest. If shooting outdoors, early morning and evening are best. A reflector is always a big help too.
  • Include a variety of shots. Play with angles, close-ups, full body shots and poses. Variety will make your set stand out. No one wants to look at 60 copies of the same photo. Mix it up. And don’t forget facial expressions. It’s often good to practice in front of a mirror to know what expression looks best on you.
  • Practice poses before you shoot. This is especially important if you don’t have a lot of modelling experience. Practice in front of a mirror to get an idea of how you look best.
  • Seamless/studio backdrops: They are just dull and boring and in nearly all cases will be rejected.
  • Bad wigs! Yes we know you might be wearing a wig, but a bad wig can ruin a set. Not sure what makes a bad wig vs a good wig? Ask! Nova has been styling wigs for years and would love to answer any questions you may have.

Too Explicit!- Please do not submit overly graphic sets. Your set should be tasteful nude pin-up, it can border the erotic but should not be porn.

If you are working with an approved photographer they will take care of it. Otherwise you will need to arrange to upload the set. Instructions will be provided.

Response times will vary based on the number of sets currently under review and the time of year. We will always try to respond as quickly as possible but their are times when it could take a month or more to receive an answer. Once your set has been reviewed you will receive an email letting you know.  Accepted sets will receive paperwork and may not receive a separate email.   Rejected sets will be notified regarding improvements that can be made if you wish to reshoot.

*IMPORTANT* we keep a running list of sets in the goddess section. This includes sets that we have received , sets under review and accepted sets.

At this time there are 2 options for editing. 

GeekGoddess can edit your set in house.   If you or your photographer wants to edit your please see the editing section for more information. 

Members are welcome to apply to be a GeekGoddess as long as they are female. There may be a time in the future when we accept male models or Geek Gods. Now is not that time.

Models are paid for accepted sets only after they have gone live on the website. We will always aim to pay you as fast as possible, ideally the Monday after your set launches. We will never pay you more than 30 days after the launch of your set.

At this time we have two methods for payment available:
Check: Your payment will go out via check to the address that was supplied to us. This is the preferred payment method
Paypal: If you provide us with a paypal account we will send your payment electronically. This payment method is only available for our international goddesses.

Once your set goes live it will automatically post to the front page. After a few weeks it will no longer appear on the front page but will be accessible through the gallery.

GeekGoddess owns all rights to your photographs once a set has been accepted and paid for. If the set is not accepted ownership stays with the photographer and/or model.

As a paid membership site we can’t allow sets to be displayed elsewhere. We do understand that models and photographers may want to use the images in their portfolio, online and elsewhere. Please see your paperwork for details.

IMPORTANT: The terms and conditions on many sites (such as facebook) may prohibit you from posting nude images. Please keep this in mind before posting a picture from you set. Failure to do so could result in your facebook account being suspended or deleted.

You will officially become a Geek Goddess on the day that your first set goes live.

A Demi-Goddess is a model that has had her application accepted but hasn’t had a set go live.

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Geek Goddess considered this question long an hard. After less debate than you’d expect we are happy to announce that we will not be requiring our models to remain exclusive. There are only so many sets we can post on our site and we just don’t feel right limiting their income potential. There is, however, one tiny little catch.

If a set has been accepted by GeekGoddess you can’t sell it to another site. Once a set has been accepted it is now owned by GeekGoddess and not the Goddess or the photographer.

Otherwise you are welcome to work for other sites, even if they are competitors, and you are certainly welcome to have your own personal paid website.

Really and truly, we aren’t joking.

We hope that the attention and care you receive from GeekGoddess will keep you coming back to us and offering us the best of you. But if we can’t use a particular set we aren’t going to keep you from going elsewhere.

IMPORTANT: Many other sites do have exclusivity clauses for their models. While we may not mind if you work with them, they may have a problem with you working for us. If this happens we hope you choose GeekGoddess where we will always strive to give you the best options to fulfill your potential.

If you already have a contract with another company make sure you check it before applying. While it won’t affect your acceptance with us we wouldn’t want you to cause problems for yourself.

At this time the only way to change the photo on your Goddess profile would be to email us the new photo.

No. We can’t allow a change in your GeekGoddess name once it’s been chosen. There are a lot of reasons that include technical aspects of the site and such. But even more important…. once your fans know you by one name, why would you want to confuse them.

No. Once your set is accepted GeekGoddess owns the rights. This prevents you from selling, or even granting rights to anyone else. Keep in mind, we do allow you to use a few images for personal promotion and your portfolio (Read More).

At this time we have three pre-approved photographers. If you do not see a location near you please let us know and we’ll see what we can do.

  • Oracle – Central Florida 
  • Brenin Hurley- Georgia
  • Jasemine Denise- Chicago
  • CandyLust- Los Angeles

You DON’T !!! Unlike some other sites, GeekGoddess will pay your photographer directly and you don’t have to worry about a thing. All the money that you are paid will stay with you… until you spend it :).

Most likely your Photographer. Any sets that aren’t accepted by GeekGoddess revert back to the original owner. Depending on the agreement with your photographer this may be you, or them.

We take your safety seriously. To this end, there are some things you should never reveal through your profile, blog, the forums, or even your personal social media site (If you have one for your Goddess persona).

  • Real Name
  • Address
  • City (We’d recommend sticking to state unless you live in a large metropolitan area. For example, living in New York City doesn’t really tell anyone anything).
  • Personal/Private information you aren’t ready for the whole world to know. Members can talk, amongst themselves and with strangers. Keep that in mind before airing any dirty laundry.
  • Problems with any members, fellow Goddesses or GeekGoddess staff. We hope everyone will get along, but every once in a while disagreements happen, after all, we are all human. Rather than causing a public scene we ask that you come directly to staff and we’ll do every within our power to resolve the problem.

Don’t take matters into your own hands. Contact GeekGoddess staff immediately and we’ll handle the problem. If you are working a booth at a convention report the problem directly to the Admin on shift.

Lets be honest. Begging is just tacky, and we are all about being classy. Nothing is more uncomfortable than a beggar asking for your change, and you don’t want to come across like that. This means you should not be approaching members for money or presents.

We understand costumes can be expensive and sometimes members might want to help out their favorite model. For this reason we do permit Goddesses to display a wish list on their Goddess profile. If a member decides that they would like to purchase an item from this list or make a donation towards it they can do so by sending it to GeekGoddess directly (remember, we don’t give out Goddess’ addresses)

Although not currently possible, we may permit Goddesses to sell extra content directly to members through the website. This will ultimately depend on whether it will provide a benefit both to our members and our Goddesses. It has to be good for both before we can make it happen.

Yes. Some models get recognized, some don’t. Where you are is going to be a big determining factor. Getting recognized at a convention is much more likely than getting recognized while buying groceries. But it could happen. This is why it is so important to make sure you are comfortable appearing nude online.

No. While you have our sympathies if you get caught in such an awkward bind we can’t remove a set once it has hit the site. While we will never divulge your true identity we can’t guarantee that people won’t find out. If it is really that big of a fear that your family might find out I would reconsider getting naked on the internet.

Sure! We love beautiful women, all beautiful women in all shapes, sizes and colors. We have models with tattoos and piercings. We have curvy girls, and thin girls and we are always looking for diversity. If we wanted all our goddesses to look the same we’d have one goddess.

If you do have piercings and/or tattoos it is good to note that in some cases these will be photo shopped out for the sake of the character, or they may remain in all their glory.

Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions at mygeekgoddess2012 @ Gmail.com.

While we will be sad to see you go, that is your right. You are welcome to leave us at any time. While we can remove your profile information from the site, please remember that we can not remove your past photo sets or your GeekGoddess name which will still be listed with them.

Photographer and Prospective Photographer FAQs

To ensure the safety of our models as well as the quality of the photography MyGeekGoddess carefully picks the photographers that will recommend to our Goddesses.

If you are interested in becoming a photographer please begin by checking the current list of photographer locations. If we do not have a photographer in your location this increases your chances we could use your services; especially if we have Goddesses in your area. You should also be sure to notify us of any locations you are willing to drive to.

Before we can recommend you to our Goddesses we will need to see a portfolio of your photographic work. If you have experience with nude photography this will be taken into account. There is a significant difference between making a clothed model look beautiful and making a naked one look and feel great.

To ensure the safety of our models we may also request a reference from a model you have worked with in the past. This could be a Goddess or another model that is willing to provide such a reference.

**IMPORTANT** If the main reason you want to work with us is because you want to take pictures of naked ladies then you aren’t what we are looking for. We are looking for professional photographers not horny hobbiests looking for some excitement. If you are a professional that is comfortable around nudity and works well with models, then you may be a good fit.

We generally recommend that our Goddess’s shoot with photographers that have already been approved by MyGeekGoddess. But if your friend trusts you to make her look good then we are willing to give you a try. Please keep in mind that the photos you turn in will have to stand up to the quality our members expect or the set won’t be accepted.

A Photo Set is a series of 60 or more pictures. The set should start with the Goddess fully clothed and end with them fully nude. It should be taken in one session with the same outfit, theme and setting. A change in location is allowable during the set if it fits the narrative and the transition works.

While we require 60 or more final photos for a set we highly recommend that you take many more. This allows us to pick out only the best of the best. If there aren’t enough great photographs we may not be able to accept the set. We would prefer that a photographer turn in no less than 200 RAW photos. We’ll narrow down the final set from there.

*IMPORTANT* You must be at least 18 years old at the time you shoot the set. No exceptions.

First and foremost, the Goddess should have fun, it will show through in the pictures. If she is uncomfortable in anyway this will also show through and may get a set rejected. So make sure she is comfortable with you.

We encourage you to be creative, our members love it when a set has an implied story instead of just “this character getting naked”. While we realize that’s not always possible you should put some thought into the location and what the Goddess is going to do.

*IMPORTANT* Please make sure that the models hair and make-up are camera ready. While we will be editing the photos the model should still show up prepared just like any other shoot.

Here are some general suggestions

  • Photos must be shot using a digital camera, preferably at the highest resolution available and in RAW. Unless you are shooting with a Canon or Nikon camera please convert them to uncompressed TIFF files before sending them in. We don’t have software for every camera manufacturer.
  • You don’t need to edit the photos before sending them in, in fact we prefer you don’t. We can approve sets before seeing them edited.
  • Lighting is crucial for a good set. Natural lighting is often easiest. If shooting outdoors early morning and evening are best. A reflector is always a big help too. If you are shooting indoor with lights please make sure your color settings are properly set.
  • Include a variety of shots. Play with angles, close-ups, full body shots and poses. Variety will make the set stand out. No one wants to look at 60 copies of the same photo. Mix it up. And don’t forget about facial expressions.
  • seamless/studio backdrops: They are just dull and boring and in most cases will be rejected.
  • Bad wigs! Pay attention to what may be happening with any wig the model may be wearing.
  • Too Explicit!- Please do not submit overly graphic sets. The set should be tasteful nude pin-up, not porn. We don’t allow any sexual activity up to and including penetration. Keep it clean and classy.

We are happy to edit your photos for you but if you wish to edit them please follow the guidelines in the Editing section.

At this time photographers do receive a small editing payment that will be covered when you contact us.

Photos should be shot at the maximum resolution in RAW format. They can be converted to uncompressed Tiffs before sending them to MyGeekGoddess however they must remain full resolution. As we will be selecting the photos that will appear on the site from those provide there is no specific numbering scheme required at this time.

Instructions will be provided upon approval as a photographer.

Response times will vary based on the number of sets currently under review and the time of year. We will always try to respond as quickly as possible but their are times when it could take a month or more to receive an answer. Once your set has been reviewed you will receive an email letting you know.

Of course, just make sure to tell us what name to use.

There is no limit to the number of sets you can submit, however please make sure that each is in it’s own folder.

It is also important to note that variety is the spice of life. If you turn in multiple sets of a single model and they are accepted their release will be broken up.  This will delay payment as payment is made upon a sets launch. 

MyGeekGoddess owns all rights to the photographs once a set has been accepted and paid for. If the set is not accepted ownership stays with you unless some other arrangement is made between you and the Goddess.

The necessary paperwork will be sent to you for digital signature when and if a set is approved. 

This is a form that all photographer’s must submit with each set. It transfers ownership of the photos to MyGeekGoddess. We can’t release a set, or pay you for it until we have the signed form.

The W9 is a tax form that is required by law so that we can pay you. We can’t accept any sets or pay you until we have it.

This form is only required for US Citizens. If you are a citizen of a different country it is not required.

It is important to note that the United States Federal Government does require us to report any photographers that are paid $600 or more in one calendar year. In this case you will receive a 1099 tax form and need to make sure to report the income on your taxes.

Photographers are paid for accepted sets only after they have gone live on the website. We will always aim to pay you as fast as possible, ideally the Monday after the set launches. We will never pay you more than 30 days after the launch of your set.

At this time we have two methods for payment available:

  1. Check: Your payment will go out via check to the address that was supplied to us.
  2. Paypal: If you provide us with a paypal account we will send your payment electronically. This is only available for international photographers.

While the images on the MyGeekGoddess website will only be offered at screen resolution we may use certain images from a set for prints, merchandise and books. For this reason we need high resolution copies.

Pre-Approved Photographers are individuals that have been individually vetted by MyGeekGoddess Goddesses and staff. They have proven to that they can consistently shoot sets that live up to the quality standards our members expect. They are also recommended by our Goddesses so that we know they are professional and easy to work with.

Pre-Approved photographers are chosen only after they have proven they have what it takes. This generally means a proven portfolio, accepted sets and a good recommendation from one or more Goddesses.

Please do not approach any Goddesses directly to offer your services. If you are interested in making yourself available as a potential photographer please contact MyGeekGoddess directly and provide us with a link to your online portfolio. Preference will always be given to photographers with a proven portfolio and experience shooting nudes.

MyGeekGoddess takes the respect and safety of our Goddesses very seriously. Nothing is more uncomfortable than a stranger asking you to take pictures of you with your clothes off. The photographers we choose to recommend are professionals first and not just people interested in taking pictures of hot naked chicks. If you are the former we want to hear from you. If you are the later…. we don’t.

Photo Editing FAQs

If your set is accepted we will be happy to edit it for you. If prefer to edit the set yourself you are welcome to give it a try. Please keep in mind the editing must match the quality of the editing in our other sets.

Talk to your Goddess either before, during or after the shoot to find out what things she would prefer be edited out. Some Goddess may want scars and tattoos edited out, some may be fine leaving them in. We want our Goddesses to look like real women… overly smoothing skin and the like should be avoided. In the end you should just have a better version of your photo that still looks like the Goddess.

A good place to start when checking the accuracy of colors is the whites of the Goddesses eyes or her teeth. If these aren’t white (or at least close) then you Goddess either needs to visit a doctor or your colors are off.

We recommend using LightRoom for color correcting… If you are unfamiliar with this program you may want to let us do the editing.

Good editing should correct obvious imperfections like dark circles or skin blemishes but it shouldn’t go to far. The end result should still show the texture of the skin. While our Goddesses may be Goddesses they aren’t Barbie Dolls and shouldn’t look like they are made of plastic.

If you don’t know how to use the various healing and cloning tools to remove blemishes while maintaining the overall skin texture….. let us do the editing for you.

It is important that your photos be in focus. The eyes are generally the best place to check for proper focus. Sharpening can be used to make an already focused picture pop just that much more. Make sure not to overdo it though.

Check the background for obvious distractions like outlets, cords or blemishes on the walls that can make the picture look sloppy. These imperfections can be removed much in the same way as skin imperfections, often using the same tools.

The photos in a set should be consistent from one picture to the next to ensure a natural flow through the whole set. Use Light Room to make the necessary changes. This will allow you to batch edit and keep adjustments consistent across the whole set.

Don’t resize, include the photos at the resolution it was shot at, which should be the highest resolution available in your camera.

Instructions will be provided upon approval as a photographer.

We’ll take care of putting the logos/watermark on the images after you submit them.

If the set calls for it we will accept special effects but they must be done effectively. If you can’t do it without it looking cheesy or forced…. don’t do it.