Stock model in bad situation
An important question came to my mind, and I'd like to know your opinion with it...what about those situations, when you find your personal model (your child, your friend, etc.) in an inconvenient place?
I mean, you took a shot about your teen son in a dark room - and one day you got 20 dollars for the photo, you're happy - and then you see your picture in a drug advertisement, and your son seems like a narcotic junkie.
So, what should be the next step in this case? How can you keep your photos out of issues like this?
P.S.: that's why I never take recognizable photos about my family...I'm not so lucky anyway :D
Photo credits: Aginger.
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