||There is something special about MPL Studios that most other artistic nude websites fail to capture. The first thing I notice is how happy the models are in the photoshoots, big smiles and lots of joyful faces in most shoots. The next thing I noticed is how quite a few of the shots move away from pure nude model shots towards to the artistic side of the female body. This is shown in the bodyscape series where the camera places the body as if it was a landscape to be photographed.
Tease factor is generally quite good, most photosets will avoid extreme exposure and instead focus on amazing poses, great face shots, simpler views and sometimes the ďless is moreĒ concept Ė which works wonders. Some clothing, but there is more clothing in the postcard series or behind the scenes sets. The models will be present in a variety of series including videos. Videos are broken into two groups, explicit and sensual, good to see a split but they are often poorly assigned.
Set location is quite varied, outdoor and indoor, old buildings, feature walls, water, bedding etc. The sets arenít bad in size either, 50-80 images typically. What makes the sets much more impressive is the variety of the poses and/or the variety of the camera angles and focus. There are a few exceptions but most sets contain many varied shots and models all seem to be good at posing and talking to the camera.
The models on the site are also quite high quality, with mostly Russian, Caucasian and light framed models. Many will be familiar to FEMJOY and Met-Art members but with some exclusives. The great thing about the photo quality is that the models feel real, there is no touchup work, you can see the skin texture, you can see imperfections and everything feels genuine, aside from some blurry sets the quality is good. The maximum quality is 3000px on the longest size, in general this means about 6-7megapixels. This size is starting to get on the low size compared to other sites, but because of the quality and real nature of the photos it has an edge on the competition.
Site navigation needs some work; you cannot for instance head back to the main page of a gallery once you are browsing it, itís similar to hege-art. All images default at 600px and you must click on the smaller text sizes for larger resolutions. The website didnít support net transport for downloads, most sets arenít large and firefox manages most downloads well enough, no resume. Update counts are at least 1 a day, recently one or two days a week will have two updates which is like a great bonus (other sites could learn from). This helps bring up the value, MPL studios is not cheap, itís roughly twice the price of competing sites (hegre-art, errotica-archives, met-models) for the same set / picture amount. However I think the content is definitely worth the price of admission, purely to get the genuine, artistic, engaging photo series that other sites donít have. Will be resubscribing.