Recently, a long-lost friend came to me for advice.
She had hired another photographer for some "boudoir" sessions, and the photographer was then using the images in a way that was not previously agreed upon. My friend was distraught, and wondering what action to take.
I must express to you, my faithful reader, how exceptionally important it has become to choose a photographer whom you trust to the utmost.
If you would not trust a person to babysit your children, you should NOT hire them to take your picture. Not EVER.
You should also realize that photography is a very difficult career, and it is fraught with financial challenges. Your photographer will be fighting, tooth and nail, for business. To get business, you need exposure.
Keep this in mind EVERY time you are posing in front of a camera and are tempted to remove an article of clothing. It is NEVER worth it.
You MUST choose a photographer you could trust to delete any accidental slip-ups. You MUST choose a photographer that is moral, kind, and trustworthy, above ALL other things.
I am worthy of your trust. I promise.