Scammers are using a famous modeling agency's name to con young women into sending them nude photos, according to a new report from The Guardian. Last week, the publication reported that people are setting up fake Instagram and Facebook accounts and posing as scouts for Storm Model Management, the company that represents supermodels including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, and Cindy Crawford. From there, scammers contact teen girls and ask them to send nude photos and take part in video calls, during which scammers ask their targets to take off their clothes.
But even more alarming is that Bing will suggest related keywords and images that provide pedophiles with more child pornography. Following an anonymous tip, TechCrunch commissioned a report from online safety startup AntiToxin to investigate. The results were alarming.
Naked figures, male and female, young and old, spread out across Peel Park, as Tunick gave them instructions through a loudspeaker from a stepladder at the top of a bank. The installation, 'Everyday People', focuses on ordinary men and women, referencing the compositional style of the artist known for his 'matchstick men'. A volunteer arrives wrapped in a coat and preparing to pose nude for the photograph by artist U.
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In the photograph, the model is shown rising out of a bubble bath, suds dripping from her body. Her tight panties and skimpy top are soaked and revealing. She gazes at the viewer, her face showing a wisp of a smile that seems to have been coaxed from off-camera.
One of the most popular and sought after genres of photography is taking portraits of both male and female models. Getting started can be quite an uphill battle at times. So how do you really get started?
The priority given to photographic content and the space devoted to it in the presentation of the portfolios has led more than once to Foam Magazine being described as a portable museum. It is an evaluation that delights us. We like the idea of each portfolio as a small-scale solo presentation where the prime consideration is photography — without distractions.
We are pleased to welcome artist Alexander Vernon-Harrap to the gallery. Alexander is a degree educated artist who specialises in life drawing. Fusing the traditional with the contemporary to interpret character and inner strength, he challenges conventional perceptions of body image.