Whats wrong with chaperones??? - [ i.e. I haven't bothered to read all...

Whats wrong with chaperones??? - [ i.e. I haven't bothered to read all the other topics on this subject ]

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23 Sep 2009
FreelanceBadger
Photographer
FreelanceBadger
RussFreeman

I don't mind chaperones. Two bodies are as easy to bury as one. I like this topic almost as much as the last chaperone thread



I must be doing it wrong then - making the hole large enough for the second one always wears me out.
Posted 23 Sep 2009
IainT
Photographer
IainT
phatti3878

She'll still be working with photographers tho and doubt the agent will chaperone her to every shoot.

A good agent will put her right about chaperones, that they dont exist in the "real" modelling world. I was also making the point that she is probably the type of model who will be getting her work from an agency rather than here. 

I could also add that she is new to the site, is 18 years old and wouldn,t necessarilly know this topic has been done to death. I dont think she has exactly been given a warm welcome and quite possibly wont stick around anyway!
Posted 23 Sep 2009
hey hun! welcome to purestorm, glad to see you on here! There are a few grumpy people on here that will just give you negative replies in forum posts! But you will see what i mean.... I dont take a chaperone with me, if i feel uncomfortable or worried about a shoot, then i dont agree to it. Look forward to seeing some more pictures of you xxxx
Posted 23 Sep 2009
Pixel_Sensation
Photographer
Pixel_Sensation
IainT

I'll try and be constructive...
Wow...you are seriously pretty!
I cant see why you would have to take on the sort of jobs where you would feel the need for a chaperone! 
You,re based in London, you should be able to find a good commercial agent, I reckon.


Agree with this.
But like Hazel says as well, if your not comfortable and feel the need for a chaperone, then dont do the shoot.
Try the agencies
Good luck

Neil

Posted 23 Sep 2009
RupertRudd
Photographer
RupertRudd
RussFreeman

 Two bodies are as easy to bury as one.



That simply isn't true. I gave myself a hernia dragging the second one down to the cellar.
Posted 23 Sep 2009
Ken_Smith
Photographer
Ken_Smith
Some of the photographers posting on this thread sound like complete amateurs!


Obviously, you get the model and chaperone to dig their own graves before you kill them!


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Posted 23 Sep 2009
Edited by Ken_Smith 23 Sep 2009
TechnicalBoy
Photographer
TechnicalBoy
I've worked out how to solve any financial problems Purestorm may have - charge a small fee for starting a chaperones thread. Within a few meets they'll be rolling in cash!

Posted 23 Sep 2009
phatti3878
Photographer
phatti3878
When i first joined purestorm my best friend was the search forums button. All the information i needed and alot more i didn't at the touch of a button. It was alot easier than asking questions that had been answered many times before, the new people are new people doesn't mean the site is new and older members haven't had the same questions in the past and answered them before.


Posted 23 Sep 2009
AndrewThomas
Photographer
AndrewThomas
they get in the way... i physically don't have enough room lol... don't mind if they wait in the pub next door though to be honest i can't even remember the last time someone brought one, or even asked
Posted 23 Sep 2009
andradite
Photographer
andradite

Chaperon not "chaperone"

In spite of its pronunication (rhymes with phone) the word is spelled chaperon.

It is a masculine French noun, le chaperon, and formerly meant a hood covering head and shoulders. By analogy with this protective role, the word acquired its meaning in French and later English as a person usually female who accompanies a young woman in public for the sake of propriety.
[Le petit Larousse illustré, Oxford English Dictionary]


Posted 23 Sep 2009
jes
Model
jes
Ken_Smith

Some of the photographers posting on this thread sound like complete amateurs!


Obviously, you get the model and chaperone to dig their own graves before you kill them!


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Brilliant.  I like your thinking!
Posted 23 Sep 2009
jes
Model
jes
andradite

Chaperon not "chaperone"

In spite of its pronunication (rhymes with phone) the word is spelled chaperon.

It is a masculine French noun, le chaperon, and formerly meant a hood covering head and shoulders. By analogy with this protective role, the word acquired its meaning in French and later English as a person usually female who accompanies a young woman in public for the sake of propriety.
[Le petit Larousse illustré, Oxford English Dictionary]





"Pronunication"???!!!
Posted 23 Sep 2009
wonderer
Photographer
wonderer
What about us photographers start taking chaperones?New model.....Attitude......Doesnt like the photos........Wants attention.........Cries rape.It will happen one day.Where is the togs protection then?

He should have taken a chaperone.   emoticon
Posted 23 Sep 2009
ARCADIA_IMAGES
Photographer
ARCADIA_IMAGES
FFS NOT AGAIN more macaroons, I just had a 'row' with a model in PM's over this ended up decided not to book her.  I am so fed up with it I have changed my open policy to FRIENDS /OTHER MODELS only can come along. She wanted to bring the b/f and I have had a shoot TRASHED coz off feckin b/f macaroons. If the guys got good reviews contact the models who left them then either WORK WITH HIM OR DONT end of!

Fed up with all the whinging 'can I bring hubby to watch' etc. This is a serious art form or WORK for a lot of togs not a spectator sport.  I think some 'models' bring the partner along to get turned on by it (as I know for CERTAIN the odd one or two do because THEY HAVE TOLD ME the old man gets a kick from it) perhaps buying more battery operated gadgets for the bedroom will work just as good?emoticon

Moderators can we now cap this topic FOREVER no more mention of it.

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Posted 23 Sep 2009
deetvstudio
Photographer
deetvstudio
TechnicalBoy

I've worked out how to solve any financial problems Purestorm may have - charge a small fee for starting a chaperones thread. Within a few meets they'll be rolling in cash!


Or with a slight twist:
I've worked out how to solve any financial problems Photographers may have - charge a large fee for chaperones being present. Within a few meets they'll be rolling in cash!

After all we are entertaining and sometimes educating them.

Dave.
Posted 23 Sep 2009
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