EXCLUSIVE PICS: Hillary Clinton's hot nephew Tyler Clinton is a 'model worth keeping your eyes on,' photographer says

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Hillary Clinton has a very handsome nephew, and the Internet can't seem to stop gushing over his steamy pics.

Tyler Clinton, 22, is the son of Bill Clinton's half-brother, Roger Clinton Jr. Recently, photos of him posing shirtless went viral after viewers caught a glimpse of him during Thursday's Democratic National Convention, and the craze over the resident "DNC NILF," as one fan put it, hasn't stopped since.

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ET chatted with the eyes behind the lens of those photos, photographer Adina Doria, over the phone on Saturday, who shared all the details (and five never-before-seen pics!) from the Los Angeles shoot.

[From L to R: Adina Doria, Bruce Roberts (Roger Clinton Jr.'s songwriting partner), Roger Clinton Jr., Tyler Clinton]

"Working with Tyler was amazing," Adina exclaimed. "He was incredibly professional, very well-mannered and a truly genuine person. He was friendly to everyone on set and arrived early to location."

Adina told ET that she and her team planned the shoot with Tyler -- who "Hillary and Bill love so much!" -- over dinner at Dan Tana's, a trendy restaurant in West Hollywood, California, last October.

"About a week after that, we shot at [billionaire] Ron Burkle's beautiful home," she added. "The shoot was only a few hours, and Tyler was incredible at delivering all the images needed for 7 For All Mankind jeans, Citizens of Humanity and Superdry, owned and operated by Tyler's dad's dear friend, Gerard Guez."

Tyler, who showed up to the shoot with his father, was an "expert" at coming up with poses on his own. "He takes direction very well -- I like to let my subjects live through the camera and direction was minimal," Adina explained. "He's a natural!"

Seeing as the photo shoot took place nearly a year ago, Adina was caught by "complete surprise" when she found out her photos of Tyler had gone viral following his DNC appearance. "He really deserves this attention," she said. "I am both humbled and honored to have received such an incredible response from fans around the world."

And if you can't enough of Tyler's professional snaps? You're in luck. "We are doing another shoot with him this upcoming month," Adina teased. "Stay tuned for more pics!"

Adina is a Los Angeles-based celebrity fashion photographer who's worked with a number of stars, including Janice Dickinson, Mena Suvari, Moby, Eric Roberts, Haley Bennett, Lyle Lettau, Melinda Shankar and YouTube creators KSI and Caspar Lee, stars of the upcoming raunchy comedy, Laid in America.

"Tyler was equally as talented and professional as those who have been in the business for years," Adina added. "In addition to modeling, I learned he and his girlfriend are very active in the LGBT rights movement."

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband former president Bill Clinton react to the balloon drop after she accepted the nomination on the fourth and final night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton enjoys the balloon drop with her vice presidential running mate Senator Tim Kaine after accepting the nomination on the fourth and final night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton (L) waves with Anne Holton, wife of vice presidential running mate Senator Tim Kaine (Back, R) and her husband former president Bill Clinton after accepting the nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. July 28, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Tyler, of course, isn't the only Clinton who's been making headlines this week. His aunt Hillary made history as the first woman to lead the presidential ticket of a major political party, accepting the honor during the DNC.

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