Cheesecake or pin up style photos originated before your time; that’s old timer terminology, lol. Actress Betty Grable had black and white cheesecake style photos taken for our servicemen during WWII (scantily clad risqué photography, but nipples and pubic area were concealed). Also, the snapshots were later called pin up photos since our servicemen hung or pinned them up for display. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pin-up_girl
Also Olivia’s album #2 emulates b&w cheesecake or pin up type photography. http://www.sherisranch.com/ladiesthumbpic.aspx?id=436&aid=888
The following Ladies’ color photo albums (but not limited to these cited examples) could be categorized as the new cheesecake or pin up style photos too.
Karli Brooks, http://www.sherisranch.com/lady.aspx?id=108
In addition, your new album #2 is essentially in good taste (not meaning the photos are edible, but maybe the subject, lol) cheesecake style photography; in other words, fine art that would not require an age restriction for viewing. http://www.sherisranch.com/ladiesthumbpic.aspx?id=325&aid=857
It seems that many Courtesans are opting for this less revealing type photography, since people on the Internet copy and forward photos. Therefore, once posted a photo may circulate in emails forever or appear on a rogue website, and possibly materialize at the most inopportune time. Also, friends, family members or outside employers may discover an embarrassing photo. In addition, I believe it’s more stimulating to observe your special Lady au naturel for the first time in her boudoir. Why should a Lady offer a total preview, since the imagination plays a part in the romantic adventure?