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How would you define "artistic glamour"?

 
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Oct 15, 2014 16:41 |  #16

OhLook wrote in post #17214815 (external link)
In general, having a contract in place sends a message that the enterprise is to be taken seriously.

I wasnt doubting that at all, just that the OP seems to want to lock in certain behaviors via contract and thats a stretch. If a model becomes uncomfortable with something a contract isnt likely to keep them on set.




  
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Oct 15, 2014 20:58 |  #17

gonzogolf wrote in post #17214829 (external link)
I wasnt doubting that at all, just that the OP seems to want to lock in certain behaviors via contract and thats a stretch. If a model becomes uncomfortable with something a contract isnt likely to keep them on set.

I'm not trying to force anyone to stay on set or do anything they don't want to do. But I do want recourse to go after them financially for breaching the contract. If the model is uncomfortable doing the shoot or wishes to leave (for whatever reason) then I have no problem with that. But if I have $1000 invested in the shoot, I don't want them to have an "out" by claiming that they didn't know (or weren't clear on) the type of shoot they were getting into.

If we had an agreement, and the model understood that agreement, yet decided to breach that agreement, then I'm on good ground to go after them financially and have my contract hold up.




  
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Oct 15, 2014 21:26 |  #18

I always send sample images that include level of nudity and type of posing, that away when they say the love them I and they know the expectations of the shoot.




  
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Oct 16, 2014 04:45 |  #19

To me the meaning lies in the name, making something artistic keeping the glamor look is what it calls artistic glamor!




  
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