If that is the case. That is why I applaud Nine for taking the first step where a lot of photogs do not. I can understand the difficulty of female organisers especially where these shoots are concerned. So for the record, I am not blaming her. But what bothers me is that why, out of the group of photogs, only one stands up for the model? Then the rest? The thing here is that what happens on a group shoot, does not absolve us of the responsibility of protecting the model's interest in under an circumstances. More so, in shoots like these.