This isn't a feel sorry for me post or a no show post in disguise... I had what I class as a no show today. I was pretty confident that it was going to be a no show and I was right. The model in question has lots and lots of possitive feedbacks but this is the third time in a couple of years that I have tried to arange a shoot for a specific date and time and the chain of emails just goes down the same route...
So the question is, what is the point of leaving bad feedback on a model that has tonnes of possitives. You are going to be classed as the bad guy as you're the odd one out. Nobody will really take a scrap of notice of it as It's one bad in 50 possitives. You also feel spiteful and mean by leaving a bad reference.... especially at this time of year that everybody is supposed to be in a festive spirit. In the grand scheme of life, not showing up for a shoot is not the end of the world...
Nobody will really take a scrap of notice of it as It's one bad in 50 positives. You also feel spiteful and mean by leaving a bad reference.
..... but my answer is more about what may benefit you individually, than the community at large.