By Unity Blott For Mailonline. A Brazilian photographer has captured the faces of women before, during and after orgasms in a bid to 'break down the barriers of female sexual well-being'. Photographer Marcos Alberti, captures the changing facial expressions of women having orgasms in front of the lens - with each photo charting different stages. Alberti set out to capture capture the faces of women before, during and after orgasms by a Brazilian photographer on a mission to 'break down the barriers of female sexual well-being'.
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They ladies were caught on camera by photographer Albert Pocej, who came up with the idea in a dream. As soon as he woke up he knew he had to make it a reality, but that was when the hard work began. I knew that it would be hard to find the models," he told The Sun Online. The goal was up to 20 photos. Eventually he found 20 women, but some of them wouldn't continue with the project when they realised they really had to climax and couldn't act. The next stage was to get the women comfortable enough to take part because the orgasms needed to be real.