Editor’s Note: Andy is the world’s greatest upskirt photographer. His postings from jaypicz and sneakypedia appear in nearly every repository of stolen upskirt pictures in the world. And for a simple and excellent reason: he’s the best. In this story, Andy tells us how he got started doing upskirts with a “real” camera.
ANDY: I realized while I was putting this update together that I had totally forgotten what a special month May of 2003 was (likely due to the miserable weather). Anyway, the story goes like this – In early May of 1993, I was due to attend the graduation of a friend. I discovered that amongst our group, not a single person had a reasonable quality camera. I decided that I would be a strong leader, and take care of the photography. Never having handled a SLR camera before, I went to my local camera store to compare the offerings from the major vendors. The choice quickly came down to Nikon or Canon. When I entered the store I had only intended to get a body, and a wide angle lens, but during my perusal of the available wares, I discovered that Canon had recently introduced a 75-300mm compact, low cost zoom. My mind immediately sprang to the endless possibilities. So when push came to shove, I chose the Canon body because they had a lens that (I suspected might) fit my needs. Little did I know at the time that this is the way true professionals select their cameras! And little did I know that I was making a purchase that would literally change the face of upskirts and voyeurism some years later!
I still love Latinas as much today as I did ten years ago. So let’s compare some Latinas then and now. The three pictures directly below show you current state of the art (and some lovely, large Latin breasts, although I fear at least one set may be fake).
The first frame directly above may have been my first SLR upskirt ever, from way back in May of 1993 – look at the crazy film grain in that shot! The second and third frames above have been processed with modern film grain / noise reduction – what a difference applying modern technology to the age old problem of film grain makes.