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TouchofEleganceStudios
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Upland, California, US


John Jebbia wrote:
I've had plenty of models want to take a photo of themselves naked with me. I've even had some come running and jump into my arms and wrap their legs around me while they were totally nude. I've also had a handful sit in my lap nude while reviewing photos. All on their own accord.

But then, I'm incredibly good looking so I don't blame them.

Some of us photographers are a bit picky about it so we make sure that the model is clean first


http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/24580091


Cleanliness is important you know

smile

Apr 21 13 09:30 pm  Link  Quote 
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Jerry Nemeth
Posts: 27,667
Dearborn, Michigan, US


MelissaAnn  wrote:

Yeah, as far as models go, I'm about as creepy as they come. wink

Photographers, beware.

I like your creepiness.  smile

Apr 21 13 10:59 pm  Link  Quote 
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BareLight
Posts: 508
Kansas City, Kansas, US


MelissaAnn  wrote:

Yeah, as far as models go, I'm about as creepy as they come. wink

Photographers, beware.

I don't scare easy! smile

Apr 21 13 11:27 pm  Link  Quote 
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Art of the nude
Posts: 11,868
Olivet, Michigan, US


John Jebbia wrote:
I found this quote quite interesting from Anne Hathaway:


Interestingly, big time Hollywood directors aren't held to the same scrutiny as we hold ourselves to. Seems she's able to laugh it off.

Why is that?

http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/entert … es#slide=3

jesse paulk wrote:
why you ask

because women are continuously objectified and still have to put up with sexist bigotry, abuse, and harassment, or they are considered bitchy or cunty and they stop getting work.

nothing about this story or any of the other stories are "cool" or "awesome" or "bravado" its sexual harassment.

sorry im not sorry

(and dont take it as anything against you john( or anyone else), im just saying, its never not creepy, its always shitty and should stop. just because the environment helps re-enforce the behavior doesnt make it ok)

Just out of curiosity, would you feel the same way if a female director wanted to "jump into bed" with a few male actors?  Is THAT exploitative?

Apr 22 13 03:38 am  Link  Quote 
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MC Photo
Posts: 4,144
New York, New York, US


-B-R-U-N-E-S-C-I- wrote:

The correct emoticon response to this statement is clearly....

borat




Just my $0.02

Ciao
Stefano

www.stefanobrunesci.com

I nominate this for best post of the day.

Apr 22 13 10:53 am  Link  Quote 
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Farenell Photography
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Albany, New York, US


Keith Allen Phillips wrote:
I'd bet the whole thing would sound a lot less sinister than that shitty caption on Fox News makes it out to be. Remember, these people had probably been working 14 hour days together for months at that point. I'm sure they had quite the chemistry at that point.

Nor would I be surprised if the director was messing with their heads to get them to deliver the reactions or looks they wanted.

While shooting "the Usual Suspects", Bryan Singer had his entire cast convinced they were the infamous Keyser Soze. So much so that when actor Gabriel Bryne discovered (at the premiere of all places) he wasn't the aforementioned character, he spent & an hour afterwards arguing with the director.

Natalie Portman reports during an interview that "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky, kept messing with her head, calling up that fellow costar Mila Kunis was light-years ahead of her in the special(?) ballet training that they were taking for the film to highten the competiveness of their characters. It supposed worked for a few weeks until they actors started actually talking to each other.

Apr 22 13 12:25 pm  Link  Quote 
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DougBPhoto
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Apr 22 13 02:09 pm  Link  Quote 
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Herman Surkis
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Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


Patrick Walberg wrote:

Fast Times At Ridgemont High -  I love that move!  That's what high school was really like for me in many ways back during the late 70's early 80's.  (Yeah, I've hit the big 50 recently!)  It's amazing I survived!  smile

Being in the music business, I've got similar true stories to tell.  Many a "wanna be artists" who have been taken into hotel rooms by various road managers.

Or how about mothers who bring their under age daughters, and hand them over on the hopes that they will get a break.

Apr 23 13 01:00 am  Link  Quote 
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GPS Studio Services
Posts: 35,826
San Francisco, California, US


Patrick Walberg wrote:
Fast Times At Ridgemont High -  I love that move!  That's what high school was really like for me in many ways back during the late 70's early 80's.  (Yeah, I've hit the big 50 recently!)  It's amazing I survived!  smile

Being in the music business, I've got similar true stories to tell.  Many a "wanna be artists" who have been taken into hotel rooms by various road managers.

Herman Surkis wrote:
Or how about mothers who bring their under age daughters, and hand them over on the hopes that they will get a break.

Stage moms are the worst!

Apr 23 13 09:42 am  Link  Quote 
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DaveDavis
Posts: 6,503
Roseville, California, US


Cherrystone wrote:
I was really hoping this was gonna be someone's first post.

+1  and perhaps their last post smile

Apr 23 13 09:49 am  Link  Quote 
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