I've now gotten a couple of comments complaining about the quality of the photographs in the photostory. There's a good reason for that: they're not photographs, they're vidcaps. To take good photographs requires the models to stand still and pose, and the Operation set was not posed in any way. (Neither was RPS, nor are any of my other videos from that session other than the interactives.) Vidcaps are naturally of lower quality than photographs, but at least they preserve spontaneity. There's also a good reason I decided to post it as a photostory rather than a video: there's a problem with the audio. Specifically, some big dumb idiot with a camera who was rather flustered to be in the presence of girls playing stripping games insisted on talking during the video, engaging the girls in conversations about the game, rather than just record like he should've. A very, very strenuous postprocessing session could maybe fix that, but why bother?
In other news, I wish to announce that I will be announcing some big news in the near future. I've just within the hour concluded another videography session, and I'm very, very excited about the content I'll be able to produce from it. That's the good news. The bad news is that it'll take awhile. Please stay tuned for more, and subscribe to the feed if you want to be automatically notified of updates.