taking this post away from the contractural side of TFP, I saw a pic on fb (yawn) of a poor girl, g string in the wrong place hands in the air and a stupid look on her face, IMHO this photo was taken when she "wasn't ready" and yet the photo has still managed to make it out there in the public domain and is currently up to nearly 1000 ridiculing comments. I will only work to my level and will never be ashamed of any photo that makes it out to the public domain but what about the crap ones ie where ur tummy is hangin out a bit or you sneeze? I am more worried about those getting out in public not my tits!
Would any of you photographers object to being asked to guarantee you delete the crap ones and only working with a quantity of good shots from the shoot?
Most of the models I work with expect me to only post decent quality pics of them. One or two have asked to veto images before I put them online, but that is quite unusual. I get a lot of TFP shoots and one of the reasons for that is that models know I will only put up images of them looking great. If I do use pictures they don't like and they ask me to remove them, I would. I have posted a couple of fun outtakes from shoots on Facebook, where the model is pulling a silly face or something, but I've always checked with the model if thats ok first ( in one case, it wasn't a very flattering pic so we changed the crop slightly ).