Standards for shoot organisers?


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kirk

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just replace the censored ****** with the name of the other photography forum.
sg and then end with shoot.

clubsnap admin, could you please remove the censorship for this one so everyone can go direct to the URL and understand what is the problem?

Thanks.
 

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just replace the censored ****** with the name of the other photography forum.
sg and then end with shoot.

clubsnap admin, could you please remove the censorship for this one so everyone can go direct to the URL and understand what is the problem?

Thanks.
retype the name, this time type a space between each of the letters.
 

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Checking to see if pics of models are there, comments by people and monitoring what is the effect on their marketability to companies and the impact on their reputation.

We take note of threads that comment on local models. Tight control over model photos are needed to reduce negative publicity so that companies can safely employ models to endorse products.
 

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So it reflects on the organizer on the way how he post it?
 

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There is no way anyone can stop the organizer from getting their shooters from wherever they want ... As long as the models are aware of what is happening and is agreeable to it ... I think then it is fair business ... Besides ... it does not mean that the organiser does not advertise there, then there will not be anyone involved in that forum shooting at the event ...

Judging from the TS (ModelX) post count in sammyboy ... he/she has been quite active there ...
 

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100 in sammyboy forum. cheaper than 10 bucks. :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:

And its under: Singapore-Asian Commercial Sex Discussions > The Singapore Commercial Sex Scene with sections covering Asia and the rest of the World. > Adult Discussions about Sex
 

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clubsnap admin, could you please remove the censorship for this one so everyone can go direct to the URL and understand what is the problem?
The organiser is not one that is currently affiliated with ClubSNAP (as far as we can see from the organisers and shoots that are currently advertised in the PhotoShoot section) thus that is an issue to be taken up with the offending organiser and the forum in which he/she posts in.

URLs of forum has been removed.
 

kirk

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this is supposed to be a discussion on standards for shoot organisers in general.
if the URL are removed, nobody's going to understand what's going on. let's keep it ok?:)

not having such shoot organisers here now might not mean they will not appear in CS later.

Prevention is better than cure and education is the best way to prevent a repeat.
 

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There is no way anyone can stop the organizer from getting their shooters from wherever they want ... As long as the models are aware of what is happening and is agreeable to it ... I think then it is fair business ... Besides ... it does not mean that the organiser does not advertise there, then there will not be anyone involved in that forum shooting at the event ...

Judging from the TS (ModelX) post count in sammyboy ... he/she has been quite active there ...
somehow i doubt the models will be aware or informed....
 

kirk

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and the agency that releases the model to the organizer.
if a model agency is involved, then they should be careful.
don't know if the models are linked any agencies though so maybe they are freelancers. :think:
 

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Don't think this has to do with anything about standards.
 

Darren

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this is supposed to be a discussion on standards for shoot organisers in general.
if the URL are removed, nobody's going to understand what's going on. let's keep it ok?:)

not having such shoot organisers here now might not mean they will not appear in CS later.

Prevention is better than cure and education is the best way to prevent a repeat.
Noted, and if such a shoot organiser comes into ClubSNAP, you can be sure that we will revoke their subscription if boundaries have been overstepped.

At this point in time, we do not prevent organisers to post in other forums as it is their right to do so outside of ClubSNAP. However, posting in a forum which is not primarily photographic in nature (and a pornographic one is taking it too far, really) would definitely be seen as exceeding the boundaries.
 

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