Photographer Gets Accused Of Racism After ‘Shudu’, His Black Model, Gets Insta-Famous
This photographer got accused of racism after ‘Shudu’, his black model, got Insta-famous. We live in a world where everybody should pay a lot more attention to whatever they say or do because you never know when someone can accuse you of racism.
Shudu Gram is a one of a kind black model, and Cameron-James Wilson is the 28-year-old Bristish photographer behind her ascension to fame. He taught himself photography and 3D editing skills using Youtube tutorials. This is how he created Shudu, a 3D model.
“Shudu represents what I’ve always seen as beautiful, but something I don’t see often enough,” says Cameron-James Wilson. “Although there’s a slight change happening now, more people need to question, what really is beautiful.”
Cameron-James Wilson wanted to use Shudu to empower black women, but his message quickly got misinterpreted and people started accusing him of racism. People think that with his creation, Shudu, the British photographer is stealing jobs from real life black models.
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“A white photographer figured out a way to profit off of black women without ever having to pay one,” someone wrote on Twitter. “Now pls, tell me how our economic system is in no way built on and quite frankly reliant on racism and misogyny.”
“To me she’s special, yes, but as are millions of real-life African men and women.”