Well Red, not everyone in this world has a vindictive streak, so unless you are thinking that way.
No, I've shot the same model 8 or 9 times but mostly it's 3 or 4 times. I leave positive or negative depending on how the shoot went. Sometimes I choose not to leave negative feedback if they've cancelled on me and had a good reason for it. For example, I had recently had a late cancellation because the model's home had been broken into. I chose not to leave a late cancellation feedback for her as it wasn't a situation she was in control of and she had enough stress to deal without me adding to it by leaving negative feedback. There's a number of models I've shot over a number of years in different locations. I still don't see the need for pulling feedback from a particular shoot. where does the flirtatious behaviour come into it? The model models any flirtatious remarks I deliberately side step as it's a shoot not a date.paulbatterburyRight Howard and Red, I thinking that your shoots are for a few hours, every now and then and maybe you get the odd model you work with again. I am talking about shoots that last 4 days long and with a model(s) that you repeatedly shoot. So I am sorry if this sound arrogant, but unless you been in a situation like that you will not understand. Where are talking about individuals that win your trust over a period of time, and then pull something seriously bad, damaging (normally financially) it could take month or years. So if is fine to leave no feedback, but when you have positive feedback left in the past, it possible you would want that deleted, unless off course you want to see other make the same mistake as you based on your endorsements. You guys seem to be referring to one of shot situations.