Lingerie

4 posts
1 weeks ago
Thunder_Photos
Photographer
Thunder_Photos

I've always had the view that (opaque) lingerie photos , like swimwear, are office safe ; however one, non UK, member has recently expressed the view that photos of models in lingerie are non office safe.

I'm curious to know what the feelings, particularly of admin, are on the matter.

@Matt ?

Posted 1 weeks ago
redbaron
Photographer
redbaron

It has nothing directly to do with Management. It is about what companies consider NSFW in their policies. It is also about images that are safe for children to view as has been explained previously. I suspect for very many lingerie would not be acceptable, particulalry as their are selfish people on all these site who think somehow it is clever to manipulate any ruling to allow them to post things they know full well are not permitted. Even with the lingerie you mention there are plenty of poses and camera angles availalbe to create an image most would not cosider acceptable for children or workplace viewing. The rule is clear. No lingerie. If you are so desperate for children and people at work to see your images then don't shoot that style

Posted 1 weeks ago
Thunder_Photos
Photographer
Thunder_Photos
redbaron

It has nothing directly to do with Management. It is about what companies consider NSFW in their policies. It is also about images that are safe for children to view as has been explained previously.

Are you a spokesperson for the CBI ?

So leg and cleavage exposure is OK, even on the front page but in your "humble"  opinion lingerie isn;t (open leg swimwear?) And what about MODELS who chose to upload photographs of themselves in lingerie or swimwear?

As far as children are concerned (and I don't know if you have any) but I know my 2 daughters when younger would not have been shocked by photos of other females wearing lingerie or swimwear on a photo portfolio site, (but then they are not snowflakes)

Posted 1 weeks ago
Bob
Photographer
Bob
Thunder_Photos

I've always had the view that (opaque) lingerie photos ... are office safe

It must be embarrassing to be as wrong as often as you appear to be.

As far as t'internet's moral police are concerned, even sites hosting comparatively non-controversial photographs of models wearing lingerie fall squarely in the Adult category (alongside both pornography and nudity).

If you have not already done so, try contesting Adult classification with public wifi service providers to the catering outlets (pubs / coffee shops / burger joints etc.) or transport services (trains / airports etc.) and the like.

 

 

Posted 6 days ago
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