I recently had a very successful shoot with a model from this site, it was an outdoor location and we experimented with a few "mutual" ideas, the "level" as we like to call it was lingerie, the model brought her own outfits and dressed herself.
I processed the images and sent a few over to the young lady, she came back asking that i discard the image as it suggested she had nipples! I am quite happy to do this!
My question for discussion here is, what is the protocol or legalities if a photographer had paid (or otherwise), release signed, and then on processing found a wardrobe malfunction that exposed parts of the model that exeeded the "type" of shoot.
I had a shoot where a model had a no nipple showing agreement with me, she was wearing a dress that would normally require a lot of titty tape however she wasn't so I had to shout nipple alert now and then but a few did escape my notice until processing. Simples, I had a look to see if they was unusual in anyway then deleted them. If your a nice guy you delete them as agreed, if your not then you ignore her. As for legalities I am sure there is a expert on here however from my simple lay view if you have breached a written agreement she has a claim against you!
I expect it's just me, if I was browsing the shoot I had done, it wouldn't enter my mind to photoshop a nipple escape; I would just discard as it did not meet the agreed brief. my fault for not noticing. I feel I'm semi confident in my use of photoshop and happily be able to cover the offending nipple just that I wouldn't think about it.