Posing Nude On Experimental Basis
Most college guys who visit this website have never male modeled professionally. Understandably, many of these guys are initially unsure of how they wish to be depicted in photos. Many guys are the kind who will get naked at a party or go skinny dipping at the drop of a hat, but do not want to look stupid in photos.
No new models are 100 percent sure of all his poses. To encourage college guys to try new poses, photographers can allow them to pose for nude or nearly nude photos on an experimental basis. This way, the photographer can develop a good working relationship with each student.
Time To "Think About It"
This option allows a male model to reserve his decision of whether certain photos will be available for publication later - after he sees the resulting photos from the photo shoot. A student can obtain copies of the photos after they are developed, and show them to family and friends to gather opinions. This gives him a few days to carefully consider approvals and "think about it." He may disapprove all or a portion of the photos that were created on an experimental basis.
Experimental Available for Nudity Only
Photographers only agree to participate in this experimental option when a male model wishes to attempt posing for photos in which his bare buttocks or penis is visible. They never agree to this option for tamer photos, such as when you wear underwear.
The purpose of an experimental form is to avoid confusion after the photo shoot and to clearly describe which photos are considered experimental. Not all photos created on the day of a photo session may be experimental. Other agreements usually cover all of the photos created that day. Experimental forms govern only the portion of the photos created that day in which your penis is visible. For example, photos in which you are wearing underwear or covered by a bed sheet are not experimental. Photos in which your penis is visible can be experimental.
Signed Before Shoot
Film, processing and time is costly. Male model photographers keep this in mind when photographing experimental photos and limit the amount of supplies used. So, models may not retroactively adopt this experimental option after you have posed. You should let the photographer know before pose for poses you are unsure of.
The male model and photographer must agree in writing before the photo shoot for any photos that are being created under an "experimental basis." If you wish to try a photo on an experimental basis, notify the male model photographer before the photo shoot begins. Both of you will sign a form listing the date, time and description of the pose. The male model photographer will sign it and you will receive a copy.
...or During a Shoot that is Underway
The form can also be signed during a photo shoot that is already underway if a male model decides to experiment during the shoot.
Photos Not Published
This form is not a male model release. It does not authorize any photographs to be published. In fact, no photos - experimental or otherwise -- can be published without your written permission. This form clarifies that experimental photos are not covered by any model release you sign later.
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